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Louis van Gaal happy with win, says Rooney is fit to face Stoke

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says the game against Hull City saw his team dominate the way he wants for the first time.

The Red Devils enjoyed 77% of possession and created 12 goal opportunities as they eased past Steve Bruce's side by 3-0.

"It's the first match we've dominated from the first minute to the last in a way that I like. I was very pleased.

"We scored three, created many chances, we didn't give away many chances and we kept a clean sheet again."

Asked to assess injuries to Angel di Maria and Wayne Rooney, the Dutchman said: "He [Angel di Maria] did not come off as a precaution - he is out of Tuesday's game against Stoke, it's too close.

"But we will have to wait and see how bad it is. We will know more tomorrow.

"He [Wayne Rooney] said to me he is fine to play against Stoke."

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