What a fascinating end to a entertaining game between Manchester Untied vs. Everton. The game epitomizes everything that makes the Premier League special and the best in the world.
United would cardinally be disappointed with the outcome of the game having raced clear with a two goal lead thanks to Edinson Cavani and Bruno Fernandes who scored a wondie of a goal.
The second half though wasn’t as smooth sailing for United as the first as Everton found a way to fight back.
First from Doucoure who poked in to make salvage some hope for Everton before James Rodriquez restored parity in just ten minutes of play. United though didn’t give up and found a way to score through Scott McTominay to make it 3-2 in the 70th minute.
Game management was key to winning this one now and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer proved yet again why most ans see him as rookie coach who can’t see out games. At that point most coaches would gone for much defensive approach by eliciting the services of defenders not attackers.
Solskjaer though choosed attacker rather defense and paid for it.
He removed A. Tuanzebe who happens to be a defender for Greenwood and in less than 20 seconds of doing so, Everton found the equalizer through Dominic Calvert Lewis. Oucch!
The lesson is learnt now and hopefully, Solskajer won’t make similiar mistake again.