MANCHESTER, England (AP) -- Manchester United scored two goals in 66 seconds in coming from behind to beat CSKA Moscow 2-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday, becoming the third English team to finish top of its group.
Romelu Lukaku volleyed in just his second goal since September for the 64th-minute equalizer, before strike partner Marcus Rashford drove home an angled winner to complete the comeback and extend United's unbeaten run at home to a club record-equaling 40 games.
CSKA was eliminated from the competition, dropping instead to the Europa League, by finishing third in Group A. The Russian club's chances of sneaking second place looked possible when Vitinho gave them the lead seconds before halftime at Old Trafford.
Manchester City and Tottenham were already assured of first place heading into their final group games on Wednesday, and Liverpool could secure top spot, too, by beating Spartak Moscow on Wednesday. With Chelsea also through, it means England could have five teams into the last 16 for the first time.
United manager Jose Mourinho rested some of his regular first-team players, including goalkeeper David De Gea, with a view to Sunday's Manchester derby in the Premier League but chose to play Lukaku again, even though qualification was virtually guaranteed coming into the game.