Manchester United drew 2-2 with Aston Villa at Old Trafford as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were held by a newly-promoted side for the second game in a row.
United played out a dramatic 3-3 draw at Sheffield United last weekend, and things started in much the same way as a stunning Jack Grealish goal opened the scoring inside 11 minutes.
There was a slice of luck for United’s equaliser as Marcus Rashford’s header went in off the back of Tom Heaton (42), before Victor Lindelof (64) nodded them ahead in the second half. However, the lead lasted only 112 seconds as Tyrone Mings’ (66) hooked finish sealed a point for the visitors.
It leaves United in ninth place on 18 points – level with Burnley and Crystal Palace and one behind Arsenal and Sheffield United – while Aston Villa are in 15th with 15 points, three above the drop zone.