Lynden Gooch scored a superb individual goal to help Sunderland to their first win of the Sky Bet League One season in a 2-0 success over Oxford at the Kassam Stadium.
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Two minutes into the second half, Chris Maguire's shot ricocheted to right back Luke O'Nien who drove past Simon Eastwood.
And Gooch doubled the lead with eight minutes remaining - four minutes after coming off the bench - with a burst of pace and a jinking run past two defenders before calmly slotting home.
Strong defending from the visitors helped to restrict the U's to few clear chances.
Cameron Brannagan saw a 16-yard shot deflect wide and Mark Sykes fired across goal after good work by Matty Taylor.
In the opening minutes, Black Cats' Bailey Wright headed Maguire's deep free-kick against the underside of the crossbar.
Oxford striker Taylor had a similar opportunity, looping a header over Lee Burge only to see the ball bobble just wide.
James Henry had a low shot saved after a storming break by defender Rob Atkinson, but Sunderland emerged as worthy winners.