Old Trafford:Manchester United rested half their first choice players but still swept to an easy 4-1 over Everton at home in the premier league and now move to second place in the standings. Argentine striker Juan Sebastian Veron showed why he's rated so highly by his new coach Sir Alex Ferguson, as early as in the 22nd minute. He charged into the box to give the Red Devils the lead. Some poor defending by Everton gave Luke Chadwick the perfect chance to feed Andy Cole for a simple second goal in the 40th minute. The second half saw more goals. This time Quentin Fortune broke through the Everton defense in the first 30 seconds of play after restart. Everton avoided a whitewash when they pulled one back, with Kevin Campbell scoring in the 68th minute. David Beckham, brought in the 77th minute, added a fourth goal in the last minute, making the final score line 4-1.