- Wayne Rooney scores 248th United goal to give hosts the lead.
- Juan Mata doubles lead from Rooney pass. Brad Jones own goal makes it three.
- Jesse Lingard curls home in stoppage time.
Well that was very impressive from Manchester United, who record their biggest win of Jose Mourinho's spell in charge. They're back in action this weekend against West Ham and that is when we return when we have live coverage of the 13th matchday in the Premier League. But until then, it's goodbye.
Full time: Manchester United 4-0 Feyenoord
Job done for Manchester United and their passage into the last 32 of the Europa League is all-but assured. Goals for Wayne Rooney, his 39th in European competition, Juan Mata, Brad Jones and Jesse Lingard is enough for Jose Mourinho's men who need just a point from their final group game in Zorya to progress.
Goal: Manchester United 4-0 Feyenoord (Jesse Lingard)
Antonio Valencia pulls the ball back and substitute Lingard has yards of room to open his body and curls, via the fingertips of Jones, in off the post. The garnish put on an impressive United display.
Big result this for United, one which puts them in pole position to qualify for the knock-out phase. A Champions League on offer for the winner of this competition, remember. United are currently sixth in the Premier League.
No all-time record, for now, for Wayne Rooney as he is replaced by Memphis Depay. Eight minutes to go and it has been a routine evening for the home side.
Goal: Manchester United 3-0 Feyenoord (Brad Jones own goal)
United look unstoppable in this mood and they're given a helping hand towards a comfortable win as Ibrahimovic's attempt of a pull back is turned into his own net by Brad Jones, the former liverpool goalkeeper.
Goal: Manchester United 2-0 Feyenoord (Juan Mata)
Game, set and match even with 20 minutes still remaining. Rooney springs free in the box and instead of going alone in search of Charlton's record he cuts the ball across where Mata slides in to an empty net. Fine goal and what vision from the United captain.
Feyenoord are sitting ducks here and it appears a matter of time until they go two behind. Mkhitaryan is everywhere and he lashes the ball into the side-netting, leading many fans to begin their celebrations - albeit prematurely.
Brad Jones makes a fine save to keep out Mata's chip. United all over the Dutch visitors but Blind lashes over.
Goodness, what a decision made by referee Manuel Gräfe. Mkhitaryan drives through the Feyenoord defence and is taken out by Toomstra. The officials sees it differently however, and waves away the appeals.
United goal twice within three minutes of the restart. Ibrahimovic brings the ball down from a right-wing cross but his strike is blocked by Dammers, who then denies Mkhitaryan after he is found by Rooney.
Players out for the second half. United have had a habit of losing leads this season, so Feyenoord will be optimistic of staging a second half comeback.
Rooney's deft finish put United ahead in the first half.
Half time: Manchester United 1-0 Feyenoord
For all his detractors, Wayne Rooney continues to hit landmark after landmark and tonight is no different. His opening goal sees him becoming Manchester United's leading European marksman and go within one of Sir Bobby Charlton's haul of 249 United goals. It hasn't been a pretty display and but for Sergio Romero Feyenoord would be level, with Jorgensen and Kuyt were denied when the scores were level. Defeat will see United crash out but so far it is good news for Jose Mourinho.
For those not tuning in to BT Sport, below is a video of that opening goal.
That goal also sees Rooney become the highest United goalscorer in European competition, going above Ruud van Nistelrooy on 39. The club's all-time scoring record now only a matter of time from being conquered too.
Vilhena tries to repeat his goal from the first group game but his volley is deflected on its way to Romero's arms. Feyenoord need to react to remain in contention for the last 32.
Goal: Manchester United 1-0 Feyenoord (Wayne Rooney)
United have been on top and they take the lead with a delightful finish. Ibrahimovic toys with the Feyenoord back-four and threads a pass through to Rooney who dinks the ball beyond Brad Jones, Suspicion of offside but he won't care as he nets his 248th United goal, one shy of Sir Bobby Charlton.
Mkhitaryan into the action action again as Pogba plays a delightful chipped pass to find him in the box, but his toe-poked effort is saved by Jones. The linesman's flag was already up, so it wouldn't have counted. It has been that kind of evening so far for United.
United have been unable to break through in the opening 25 minutes and Feyenoord almost go ahead. Romero fumbles Jorgensen's effort before on the rebound he knocks away Kuyt's strike with his right leg and the danger is cleared.
Jose Mourinho will have been impressed by his side's start to the game.
United go close three times in as many minutes. First, Jones turns over Pogba's shot, Mkhitaryan's shot is blocked from the corner before Carrick is somehow denied by a combination of Jones and Vilhena.
Mkhitaryan goes through on goal on his return to the United team.
Not a great deal in the way of chances for either side at Old Trafford, but both sides are huffing and puffing. Home side have started well in fairness.