Manchester United welcomed Burnley this Tuesday at the Old Trafford on Matchday 24 in the Premier League. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s 100% run ahead of United may have finished, yet he’s as yet unbeaten in front of the Red Devils, thanks to late goals from Paul Pogba and Victor Lindelof.
In the first half, we saw a poor match, as United attempted to risk Burnley protection, as the guests went to the Theater of dreams to stop a hasty United attack.
After the break, the match looked to be much progressively open, and it took Burnley six minutes into the second half to break the deadlock. Andreas Pereira lost the ball at his own half to Jack Cork, as he offered it to Ashley Barnes, who hammered into the top of the nets of David De Gea. 0-1 Burnley.
At the 81st, Burnley multiplied their leverage over the hosts, as Ashley Westwood’s first-time cross was going home by Chris Wood. 0-2 Burnley.
As of now, everybody assumed that Burnley had wrapped the amusement up. In any case, United battled back to locate an implausible equalizer.
At the 87th, Jeff Hendrick fouled substitute Jesse Lingard inside the box, as the ref granted the hosts a Penalty. Pogba stepped up, and pulled a goal back to the Red Devils. 1-2.
Manchester United tossed themselves at Burnley, who realistically wanted the game to end, as an equalizer was more than possible.
At the 92nd, Tom Heaton splendidly parred away an Alexis Sanchez’s header, yet the bounce back tumbled to Lindelof, who finished home the equalizer for the hosts. 2-2.
Following United’s late show for an impossible draw against Burnley, they are as yet the sixth place, with 45, as Burnley are the fifteenth, with 23. The Red Devils’ next match will be against Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, as Burnley have Southampton, on Saturday.