So that's been the easiest of easy halves for Manchester United against Bolton Wanderers, with an early Chicharito goal being added to by a Wayne Rooney brace in the 20th and 25 minutes. Since... well, it's still be all United, but since they haven't scored they don't feel quite as dominant as they were in the very early going. Bolton have had a nightmare, completely failing to close down either the centre or the right, allowing Anderson free reign in the middle and Nani to do whatever he wants on the right. All three United goals have come from that flank.
It's not been all going United's way, however, through no fault of Bolton's - midfielder Tom Cleverley was forced off with an injury just ten minutes into the game (Michael Carrick replaced him) and right at the end of the half Nani had to be treated for several minutes following Phil Jones smashing him in the back of the head. Whoops.
If it seems as though I've been skimping on Bolton's contribution to the match... no, I really haven't. Ivan Klasnic had a good shot. There were some fouls. That's all that's happened.