The Manchester United Vs Burnley game was arguably the toughest game faced by the Red Devils since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the interim manager. The match ended 2-2 at Old Trafford.
The highly entertaining cracker produced 4 goals, with two goals apiece for both the sides. Although, the match paused the winning streak for the Red Devils, there was some delight for the United supporters
Both sides had to settle for a point each with both managers leveling each other on the tactical scale in the dugout.
United’s Winning Streak Halted in the Manchester United Vs Burnley
While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United basked in their winning streak and glory, one team waited with a determination to prove a point. Sean Dyches’ side put an end to what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was trying to portray at the club since December.
Many thought that the winning streak would end against Tottenham Hotspurs or Arsenal but it was not to be. However, it was Burnley, who hit the headlines at Old Trafford. It could have been an away win for Burnley but Solskjaer and his side managed to escape by a whisker in the contest.
Burnley Big Game Showing
The visitors were determined for an upset and apparently, they got that at the expense of enterprising and flaming Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United. Nevertheless to say, as the Red Devils needed two last-minute goals inspired by future skipper Paul Pogba to rescue a point for the hosts at home.
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Sean Dyches showcased his technical master class away at Old Trafford with his Burnley side.
The visitors might be heartbroken as they almost won the Manchester United Vs Burnley fixture but they must take solace with the fact that they still got a point away from home as we appreciate their performance on a night many expected little from them.
United’s (Ferguson) Attacking Renaissance
Manchester Untied responded with two quick goals just before full-time to tie the Manchester United Vs Burnley match 2-2 at the Theatre of Dreams. Behind for nearly the entire match, quick attacking display and composure pulled the Devils out of embarassment.
This was made possible through the Red Devils productivity in transition as they pulled a massive come back at home.
The visitors came fuming and saw the Red Devils go 0-2 down in the match before, before the likes of Paul Pogba and Victor Lindelof engineered a comeback to keep Solskjaer’s unbeaten streak alive.