On Sunday in Matchday 13 in the Premier League, a stormy match between Sheffield United and Manchester United ended up with both sides grabbing a point. Playing as visitors, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men kicked off the first half 2-0 down but could turn it around to 3-2. However, they let the hard-fought win slip away in the 90th minute. Flack, Mousset, and McBurnie scored for the hosts, as Williams, Greenwood and Marcus Rashford scored for the Red Devils.
It was indeed a terrible first half for Man United. The Red Devils were completely dominated by the hosts, as they had to rely on David De Gea to save them in the first 15 mins, with two lovely saves. However, not even the Spanish wall could avoid what it was to come.
Mousset won the dispute with Jones and crossed it low to Lundstram to strike for yet another De Gea’s save. However, the rebound fell off to Flack, who tapped in. 1-0 Sheffield on 19 minutes.
The hosts kept going and doubled their lead on seven mins after half time, through Mousset. The striker got the ball, powered home and slotted in the corner. 2-0 Sheffield.
The reaction for the visitors came on 72, through youngster Brandon Williams. Daniel James’ cross found Williams, as he diminished for the Red Devils. One became two five mins after, as Rashford connected with Mason Greenwood, who leveled. 2-2.
United got really inspired and went on for the comeback. It came on 79 minutes, as James and Anthony Martial combined a give-and-go as James crossed it to Rashford, who slotted home a first-time effort. 2-3 Man United in a remarkable comeback.
However, Manchester’s happiness didn’t last very long. On 90 mins, McBurnie controlled the ball inside the box from a cross and put it into the corner past De Gea. There were a lot of complaints from United players for a suppose hand-ball of McBurnie, but the goal stood after VAR review.