Southampton substitute Michael Obafemi’s 96th-minute equaliser prevented Manchester United from jumping up to the third place and leaves their Champions League qualification still in the balance.
The Saints started off well at Old Trafford and went ahead through Stuart Armstrong’s 12th-minute strike, following Paul Pogba’s mistake.
But United responded immediately – Marcus Rashford slotting home the equaliser before Anthony Martial fired a superb second three minutes later.
Obafemi then bundled it in at the back post from a set-piece deep in stoppage time after it had been flicked on by Jan Bednarek – leaving United fifth with three games left.
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The Western Cape Health Department has stressed the importance of social responsibility in curbing the spread of COVID-19.
The province, which now has the second-highest number of coronavirus infections in the country, has registered 2,348 COVID-19 related deaths.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday evening announced the wearing of masks is now mandatory for every person when in a public space. continue reading
Source – BBC