Sheff Utd 3-3 Man Utd: Oliver McBurnie scores dramatic late equaliser

Following the side of Gunnar Solskjaer had recovered from two goals to direct at Bramall Lane, sheffield United scored a stunning late equaliser to salvage a point against Manchester United.
Oliver McBurnie attack was awarded after a wait because the assistant referee because Callum Robinsons cross was controlled by the forward, reviewed the target for a handball.
Three goals in a blistering seven minutes seemed to get rescued Solskjaer lacklustre side, who looked after Lys Mousset inserted to John Flecks opener for the side of Chris Wilder seven minutes all but defeated.
But 19-year-old left-back Brandon Williams goal after 72 minutes sparked the people into existence, before replacement Mason Greenwood levelled and Marcus Rashford sent the visitors.
That was not sufficient to see off a springy Sheffield United, however, with Manchester United ninth in the standings following the late equaliser of McBurnie.
In a match, the Blades dominated their rivals for long periods and seemed set for a first league triumph over Manchester United since 1992.
David de Gea had produced if Phil Jones was attacked by Mousset into the opener from the build-up nice saves to keep David McGoldrick and John Lundstram out.
Mousset teed up Lundstram – whose shot was saved by De Gea before Fleck sold home the rebound.
It went from bad to worse to Solskjaers negative beat at a sumptuous end from beyond the penalty area against De Gea.
On the other hand, the match turned as a smart finish was made by Williams before Greenwood scored from close selection.
England forward Rashford thought hed won it 11 minutes from time after rounding off a nice move by tucking home from eight metres, just for McBurnie to par – after a lengthy check from the movie helper to find out whether that Scotland striker had tackled earlier scoring.
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