Man Utd rally to peg back Southampton

1 Dec 2018
Southampton v Manchester United

Goals by Romelu Lukaku and Ander Herrera earn Red Devils 2-2 comeback draw at St Mary's Stadium

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Manchester United came from two goals behind to earn a 2-2 draw with Southampton at St Mary's Stadium. 

Saints opened the scoring after 13 minutes when Stuart Armstrong netted his third goal in two Premier League matches with a low drive.

Mark Hughes's side doubled their lead thanks to a wonderful 20-yard free-kick by Cedric Soares, his first-ever PL goal. 

Romelu Lukaku gave Man Utd a lifeline on 33 minutes with his first PL goal in 13 matches.

Six minutes later, Jose Mourinho's men were level. Marcus Rashford cut a low ball across the six-yard box and Ander Herrera smartly flicked it past Alex McCarthy.

United remain in seventh place on 22 points. Southampton move above Burnley into 18th place with nine points.

Next fixtures

Man Utd: 5 Dec v Arsenal (H)
Southampton: 5 Dec v Spurs (A)

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