Manchester United fight back to draw with Arsenal

Manchester United fight back to draw with Arsenal

Manchester United fight back to draw with Arsenal

Manchester United remain distant spectators in a Premier League title race in which Liverpool continue to chase Manchester City but showed plenty of spirit as they twice equalised in a 2-2 draw with in-form Arsenal at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Arsenal didn't have long to enjoy their lead though - 13 seconds after the restart it was 2-2 as Sead Kolasinac, Sokratis and Bernd Leno were confused by a simple long ball, allowing Jesse Lingard to poke in.

"Sunday's north London derby was the flawless script for Arsenal, where they started well, found themselves 2-1 down but came back with a massive bang", Lawrenson told BBC Sport. Arsenal take the lead!

"But it's nearly a different Arsenal side now, they're playing better football, they're a more aggressive team and looking at them now they're one of the strongest teams in the league".

30- Goal! United hit back! After being dropped for the 2-1 win at Bournemotuh, the playmaker missed out at home to Tottenham after suffering from back spasms.

Manchester United fight back to draw with Arsenal

"If you are Manchester United, where are you at?"

Aaron Ramsey has been handed the armband for the evening, the Welsh midfielder was superb against Spurs. Some now are wondering if Emery's Gunners are better off without him in the lineup.

The Manchester United manager also put Antonio Valencia's availability in doubt during his pre-match press conference, while adding that the likes of Chris Smalling and Eric Bailly are facing a race against time to be fit enough to start.

Premier League - Follow the Football match between Manchester United and Arsenal live with Eurosport. "He went to Real Madrid with so many great players, it was still hard but, this would be a whole rebuilding job".

We shall see about him and the others, but one United player that will definitely not play is Ashley Young, who will serve a one-match suspension tonight. If United were to lose to Arsenal, they would be 11 points behind the Gunners after just 15 league games played.

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