Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s winning run with Manchester United was ended by Burnley, but they came within minutes of a shock defeat.
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Manchester United scored two late goals in the space of five minutes as they came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Burnley at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood appeared to have set Burnley on course for a first away win against United since September 1962 and inflict a first defeat on caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, Paul Pogba’s 87th-minute penalty and an injury-time strike from Victor Lindelof salvaged a point for the home side that could yet prove important in the race for the top four.
Man Utd XI: A. Young, J.Mata, N. Matić, David de Gea, R. Lukaku, P. Jones, V. Lindelöf, P. Pogba, L.Shaw, A.Pereira, M. Rashford
Subs: A.Sánchez, Sergio Romero, A.Herrera, Smalling, Fred, J. Lingard, Diogo Dalot
Burnley XI: T. Heaton, Bardsley, Cork, Barnes, Westwood, C.Wood, B. Mee, Hendrick, Tarkowski, Taylor, D. McNeil
Subs: J. Hart, Ward, J. Guðmundsson, Vokes, M. Vydra, Ben Gibson, J. Benson.