Southampton vs Manchester United (1-1)
Manchester United was a command to a 3rd consecutive Premier League match while not a win as Jannik Vestergaard scored 10-man Southampton a 1-1 home draw on a weekday. Southampton vs Manchester United
Danish defender Vestergaard stone-broke his duck for the club with a high 58th-minute header to do away with Daniel James’ opener.
The latter had secured United the first lead with a well-taken third goal in four games; however, United was unable to feature a second. Even once Kevin Danso’s dismissal within the 73rd minute.
Another frustrating result for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s facet comes within the wake of a deflating 2-1 failure to Crystal Palace and sends them into the international break on a bitter note.
Wales international James required ten minutes of his fourth top-hole look to draw level with Alexis Sanchez’s three-goal Premier League haul for United.
The Chilean, loaned bent lay on Th, would are jealous of the space talented to James, United Nations agency darted in from the left and lashed on the far side, Angus Gunn.
Saints goalkeeper Gunn parried that 21-year-old’s next well-struck try that followed an ungainly Aaron Wan-Bissaka volley, and unsuccessful Marcus Rashford shortly once the interval.
Southampton eventually mounted an amount of pressure and was rewarded once Vestergaard climbed higher than Victor Lindelof and nodded in Danso’s cross.
The odds swung back in United’s favor once, eighteen minutes from time, defender Danso fell in on Scott McTominay and introduced a second booking.
Goals Manchester United
|10′||Manchester United||D. James|
Manchester United Lineups
|1||David De Gea|
Southampton vs Manchester United Match Statistics
|2||Shots on goal||8|
|5||Shots off goal||9|
|5||Shots inside box||13|
|5||Shots outside box||8|