Man Utd drew 3-3 with Everton after conceding in injury-time.
By ObengGee | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 4 views
Manchester United and Everton split six goals between them at Old Trafford on Saturday evening.
On what marked the 63rd anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster, the Reds and the Blues produced a high-scoring draw at the Theatre of Dreams.
Edinson Cavani headed United in front midway through the first half before Bruno Fernandes scored a long-range wonder-strike to put United two ahead at the interval. After the break, quick-fire goals from Abdoulaye Doucoure and James Rodriguez levelled the score.
With 20 minutes to go, Scott McTominay, surrounded by three Everton defenders, rose highest to head home a Luke Shaw free-kick. In injury-time Dominic Calvert-Lewin secured a point for the visitors.
NO TIME TO REST
In this hectic campaign, there won’t be much time to prepare for the next battle. On Tuesday, United will welcome David Moyes's West Ham United to Old Trafford in the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup as they look to bounce back after Saturday's late anti-climax. It remains to be seen whether Paul Pogba will be fit to face the side he scored against in December's 3-1 away win.
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