Manchester United ended Watford's perfect start to the season as they emerged 2-1 winners at Vicarage Road.
Romelu Lukaku put the visitors ahead with a close-range effort on 35 minutes, before Chris Smalling doubled the lead shortly after with a thumping volley.
Andre Gray pulled one back for the Hornets in the second-half, but United held on to secure their second win on the bounce. Here, Sportsmail takes a look at the things you might have missed from Saturday's late kick-off.
Ferdinand's Freudian slip
Whether he intended to or not, former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand gave a telling insight into just how far expectations have fallen at Old Trafford during BT Sport's coverage of Saturday's game.
'I see Man United coming here and causing an upset,' Ferdinand said in the build-up to the late kick-off.
Regardless of how well Javi Gracia's men currently playing, when a victory away at Watford constitutes 'an upset' for the 20-time Champions of England, you know the mighty have well and truly fallen.
Rio Ferdinand on BT: 'I see Man United coming here and causing an upset.' How are the mighty fallen.
— Tom Williams (@tomwfootball) September 15, 2018
Pogba joins the United 100 club
It's been a fascinating six months for Paul Pogba. A World Cup winner with France over the summer, the midfielder has since been brought crashing down to earth as a result of his long-running conflict with Jose Mourinho.
All, it appears, is not quite right between club and player, with La Liga champions Barcelona further muddying the waters this summer by registering an interest.
On Saturday, attention rightly returned the 25-year-old's footballing ability as the official United Twitter account celebrated his 100th appearance for the Red Devils.
A timely reminder of Pogba's importance to not only the Old Trafford side's present, but also their future too.
Congratulations to @PaulPogba: the #MUFC man is set to make his 100th appearance for the club today ???? pic.twitter.com/90uXb6Naq6
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 15, 2018
Lukaku rubbing shoulders with greats
In tapping home the opener at Vicarage Road, Romelu Lukaku reached the 20-goal mark for Manchester United in the Premier League.
Coming form just 39 appearances, only three players have reached the mark for United in fewer games than the Belgian - Ruud van Nistelrooy (26), Robin van Persie (32) and Dwight Yorke (34).
United may end up eventually paying north-west rivals Everton £90million for his services, but even then it will probably still turn out to be money well spent if the striker continues in the same vein.
20 - Romelu Lukaku has scored 20 goals in 39 Premier League apps for Man Utd; only three players have reached 20 PL goals for the Red Devils in fewer games than the Belgian - Ruud van Nistelrooy (26 games), Robin van Persie (32) and Dwight Yorke (34). Potent. #WATMUN pic.twitter.com/uu3PIbmeeT
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 15, 2018
'Killmonger' nets for visitors
Eagle-eyed social media users were quick to make a comparison between Chris Smalling and Killmonger from the film Black Panther in light of the United defender's new haircut.
Smalling struck the visitors' second of the game at Vicarage Road, leading to 'Killmonger scores for United' jokes aplenty on Twitter.
Mike 'Killmonger' Smalling with a goal! #MUFC pic.twitter.com/FMDPISIV7p
— z u l f o (@thezulfo) September 15, 2018
Watford missing their lucky charm
Harry the Hornet stood down from Mascot duties at Vicarage Road earlier this week.
In their first game of the post-Harry era on Saturday, Watford slipped to a 2-1 defeat. Their record at home before read: Played 3, won 3.
Javi Gracia and Co clearly need to find a new lucky charm - and quick.
Is it a coincidence Watford are losing the same week Harry the Hornet retires? ??????
— The Pewter Wizard (@Holm_Alone) September 15, 2018