Wayne Rooney scores 100th goal at Old Trafford to help Man Utd secure a win over AFC Bournemouth.

Wayne Rooney scored his 100th Premier League goal at Old Trafford as Louis van Gaal's men ended their campaign with three points.

Wayne Rooney netted his 100th Premier League goal at Old Trafford before Marcus Rashford celebrated his England call-up by scoring during a 3-1 win in the re-arranged end-of-season fixture with AFC Bournemouth.

The sides reconvened two days on from their scheduled final-day clash being postponed when a suspicious package was found inside the stadium, prompting its evacuation.

Manchester City's 1-1 draw at Swansea City on Sunday ended United's hopes of beating their neighbours to fourth place and Champions League football next season – barring the fanciful notion of a 19-0 outcome in favour of Louis van Gaal's men against the Cherries.

That prospect was certainly far removed from the reality of a dour opening period, illuminated only be a wonderful team goal that allowed Rooney to score for the first time in 10 matches across all competitions.

Teenage striker Rashford, a day after being named in Roy Hodgson's preliminary Euro 2016 squad, played a classy role in the build-up to the opener and was on target himself with 16 minutes remaining.

Substitute Ashley Young made it 3-0, with Rooney the architect from midfield, before a Chris Smalling own goal secured a consolation strike for Bournemouth, who end their debut Premier League season in 16th position.