Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a late dramatic equalizer to earn his side a point at Old Trafford as they played out a 3-3 draw. Paul Pogba sustains an injury in the first 36 minutes of the game as Everton came from behind twice to hold Manchester United in a six-goal thriller at Old Trafford.
It was the 63rd anniversary of the Munich air disaster, and it was supposed to a perfect celebration for Manchester United but Calvert-Lewin’s late goal broke United heart. Scott McTominay scored a late header after United was leveled with Everton.
Paul Pogba’s injury affected United
Everton came from behind and equaled United’s two goals from former Napoli and Paris Saint Germain striker Edison Cavani and Bruno Fernandes’s superb goal. Manchester United missed the Paul Pogba touches in the midfield.
Calvert-Lewin took advantage of defending error from the Lucas Digne played a late free-kick into the penalty box of Manchester United. United are now two points behind league leaders Manchester City who will travel to Anfield later today.
Speaking about the match, the United manager said they deserve to win because they played very well but it’s football, sometimes you win another time you don’t. United would done better if Paul Pogba remains in the game, it was too much work for Bruno.
Solskjaer’s side only had themselves to blame for failing to secure a win after going two goals up. Excellent first-half efforts from Edinson Cavani and Bruno Fernandes should have settled the scores and given them a comfortable win and level on point with City.
Ancelotti on the other said: “Wow, what a game. It was fantastic emotion. What can I say? He said even if they not in the game in the first half. He said they did well to come back in the second half of the game.