7:45pm: Club Brugge (1) 0-4 (7) Manchester United

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Rooney complete is hat-trick in the second half. Getty Images

Full time: Club Brugge 0-4 Manchester United

Manchester United into the group stage of the Champions League without having to break sweat after securing an emphatic 4-0 win in Bruges. Wayne Rooney nets a hat-trick and Ander Herrera scores the other as Club Brugge are swatted aside. United will be drawn from pot two in tomorrow afternoon's draw and we will have live coverage of proceedings from Monaco. Until then, goodbye.


Penalty for Manchester United

United have the chance to grab a fifth goal when the referee adjudges that Duarte intentionally handled Rooney's cross. A harsh one if you ask me and Javier Hernandez has the chance to score for his first for United this season, but he slips as he shoots and the ball goes wide. Louis van Gaal not impressed on the touchline.


Hans Vanaken is one of a raft of substitutes made by Brugge and he almost makes an immediate impact, but he rattles Romero's bar with a dipping volley from 25 yards. The Argentine yet to be beat by an opposition player since moving to United.


Goal: Club Brugge 0-4 Manchester United (Ander Herrera)

Easy as you like for United and it is a rout. Schweinsteiger plays a delightful ball through to Herrera, who breaks clear and draws Bolat before slotting home. Still 25 minutes left...


Rooney should have a fourth. Mata is again the architect but Bolat gets a touch onto his chip and Brugge survive. Just the six goals required by the home team to go through. Thirty-two minutes left....


Goal: Club Brugger 0-3 Manchester United (Wayne Rooney)

A hat-trick for Wayne Rooney and United are romping into the group stages. patient build-up from United sees Mata come inside and the ball is poked through to Rooney who slides the ball beyond Bolat. They may have been on a plate but the England striker is back in scoring form again.


United look like scoring every time they get the ball as Brugge commit more players forward. Rooney feeds Mata but his pass to Depay is fractionally over-hit and the chance is gone. Van Gaal's side could fill their boots tonight if they get it right.


Goal: Club Brugge 0-2 Manchester United (Wayne Rooney)

Game over in Bruges. Depay and Herrera combine and the Spaniard's ball finds an unmarked Rooney who slots into a near empty net. His goal drought is emphatically over and United, barring a minor miracle, are into the Champions League group stage.


Wayne Rooney wants a penalty two minutes into the second half after he breaks free and when he cuts back inside Duarte slides in but barely makes contact with the skipper. Nothing doing there.


Players out for the second half. Change for United, Adnan Januzaj off and Bastian Schweinsteiger comes on. The Belgian was desperately poor back in his homeland. Second period is under way.


Half time: Club Brugge 0-1 Manchester United

Wayne Rooney's first club goal since April has United on course for the Champions League group stage. The England striker slotted home from Depay's inside pass to keep Brugge at bay. The Belgian club have come into the game as the half wore on and should be level through Diaby. Other than that United have been level-headed and calm throughout and look like easing through to tomorrow's draw in Monaco.


Brugge should at the very least be level. Diaby escapes a wayward United offside trap and he hesitates before Romero smothers the ball. Huge waste.


Firts response in anger from the hosts. De Sutter is played in outside the penalty area and his shot sees Romero beat the ball clear of danger. Best chance Brugge have mustered and there is another when Blind miss-times his jump and heads the ball towards his own goal, with Romero scrambling before the ball goes out. De Fauw gets onto the resulting corner but the ball goes right across the face of goal. A second coming from the Belgians?


United all over Brugge in the search of a second and it should come from a corner but Herrera slips at the vital moment after being allowed free 12 yards out. Brugge playing the role of survivors at the moment.


United should be two up and over the hills and far away. Depay out-muscles De Fauw and sprints clear. Despite having Rooney nearby he chooses against passing, and by the time he takes aim the ball is blocked behind.


Pitch invaders have delayed the game after 32 minutes. It has been the perfect evening for United so far, with Wayne Rooney scoring the opening goal and giving the visitors security in this tricky tie. Brugge's disappointing start to the season continues and they look devoid of creativity.


Just the 878 minutes had passed without a goal for Wayne Rooney but his 30th Champions League will come as welcome relief for the England striker and his manager Louis van Gaal. United should be able to take control of this game now, and put a few on Brugge side whose hope will have been extinguished.


Goal: Club Brugge 0-1 Manchester United (Wayne Rooney)

The goal drought is over as Wayne Rooney nets his first goal of the season to give United a crucial away goal after 20 minutes. Memphis Depay comes inside, commits a couple of players and slides a gorgeous through ball through to Rooney who beats Bolat to the ball and chips it over the onrushing Brugge goalkeeper. Vital goal for United and they have one foot in the group stage.


Ander Herrera booked for United for a foul on the nimble Vasquez. Free-kick for Brugge around 35 yards from goal but the cross is horribly over-hit and is behind for a goal-kick.


Mata and Rooney combine again. First Mata takes a shot at goal after exchanging passes with the United forward, which is blocked, before the follow-up sees Rooney slice a half-volley over.


First attack of any purpose from United. Mata sends a ball to Rooney out wide and when the England captain returns the ball to the Spaniard, Mata attempts to dance through a host of challenges but is stopped firmly in his tracks.


United have not conceded a goal from an opposing player this season but inside six minutes they are carve wide open. Diaby comes off the front and plays the ball out wide and when the cross comes in Tom De Sutter is all alone at the back post, but he cant get a proper contact on the ball. De Sutter is expected to join Turkish side Bursaspor in the coming days so this is set to be his final appearance for Brugge. Wonder if a Champions League place might change his mind?


Under way in Bruges.