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zudomiriku 05-04-2017 12:29 PM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United 1-1 Everton
Manchester United 1-1 Everton SEVEN THINGS WE LEARNED: Jose Mourinho still struggling to find a winning combination while Romelu Lukaku improves from derby performance

* Manchester United rescued a late 1-1 draw at Old Trafford against Everton
* Phil Jagielka looked to have won the game for the visitors with his first half flick
* However Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a stoppage time penalty to save the hosts
* Everton centre back Ashley Williams was sent off for handling the ball

Manchester United's poor home form continued on Tuesday night as they rescued a 1-1 draw against Everton.

Phil Jagielka scored what looked like the only goal with a clever flick through David de Gea's legs, as Jose Mourinho was left frustrated having left Wayne Rooney out of his squad and started with Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan on the bench. However a point was rescued by Zlatan Ibrahimovic's late penalty.

Here, Sportsmail's JOE BERNSTEIN looks at seven key talking points coming out of the Premier League clash.


Jose Mourinho is putting square pegs in round holes as he struggles to find a winning combination at Old Trafford. Winger Ashley Young played both right and left-back, Marcus Rashford was on the wing to make space for Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera started at No10 with Henrikh Mkhitaryan dropped to the bench and ended at right-back, neither his position. The tempo was higher than Saturday's drab draw against West Brom, but not by much.

[*]Winger Ashley Young played both right and left-back on Tuesday night at Old Trafford


Goalkeeping legend Edwin van der Sar was guest speaker to United corporates before kick off, a reminder of the days when United won Premier League and Champions League titles. After regaling the audience with tales about Cristiano Ronaldo enlisting him for extra free-kick practise, van der Sar didn't mince his words when asked to reflect on United's season. 'Can I be honest? Disappointing. Fifth place is disappointing for a club like this.'


Ashley Williams is just the sort of grizzly centre-half you want squaring up to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Zlatan looked destined for a fairytale return when he burst clear in the opening minutes until Williams slid in to deny him with the perfect defender's tackle. The 32-year-old Wales captain was a warrior in both penalty areas and played a vital part in Phil Jagielka's opening goal for Everton. Alas, right at the end, his handball and red card, meant he was the villain and Zlatan the late hero.


Romelu Lukaku was sold by Mourinho at Chelsea after being accused of not being motivated enough. There was no lacking his motivation last night as the Belgian striker gave a vastly improved performance on his Merseyside derby showing, roughing up Marcos Rojo for pace and power. His movement was lively too, the only thing that let him down was his shooting boots.


Someone should have a close look at Tom Davies' birth certificate. The Everton midfielder doesn't play or look like an 18-year-old, having the maturity and game management skills to run rings around Marouane Fellaini in the engine room, aided by the excellent Idrissa Gueye. Forget Koeman, Lukaku and Barkley's futures, Everton's biggest win of the campaign was signing Davies up to a new five-year contract this week.


Luke Shaw received a huge cheer from supporters inside Old Trafford when he came on with 25 minutes left for only his second Premier League appearance since October. Within 60 seconds he had bombed to the Everton byline and given the visitors more problems from open play than Daley Blind or Ashley Young had managed in an hour. Shaw was a key player for United under Louis van Gaal until his broken leg last season. Other left-backs at Mourinho's disposal may be better and more consistent defenders but none are a more potent weapon in which to help open up packed defences.

Luke Shaw received a huge cheer from the home fans when he came on with 25 minutes left


In terms of long, unbeaten runs, Manchester United's current 20-game Premier League streak is unlikely to go down in history. Mourinho's men haven't lost since Chelsea on October 23 and yet have only climbed from seventh to fifth, and that could become sixth on Wednesday night should Arsenal beat West Ham. Ten of the 20 games have been draws and they've scored a modest 34 goals during the run. You have to admire Mourinho's never-say-die attitude typified by Ibrahimovic's injury-time equaliser against Everton but Invincibles, they are not.



zudomiriku 05-04-2017 12:58 PM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United 1-1 Everton
Manchester United 1-1 Everton - PLAYER RATINGS: Idrissa Gueye causes Red Devils troubles but Marcos Rojo struggles for the hosts

* Late Zlatan Ibrahimovic goal rescued Manchester United a point against Everton
* Phil Jagielka had put the Toffees in front, while Ashley Williams was sent off
* Sportsmail rates the individual performances of the players on show

Zlatan Ibrahimovic struck a stoppage-time penalty as Manchester United rescued a draw from their home clash with Everton.

United fell behind in the first half, when Phil Jagielka bundled home, and saw Ibrahimovic have a goal chalked off for a debatable offside in the second period.

Then, late in added time, Ashley Williams blocked Luke Shaw's shot with his arm. Williams was sent off and Ibrahimovic levelled from the spot. Sportsmail rates the players' efforts...


David de Gea 5.5

Rarely called into action, perhaps could have done better with Jagielka's goal.

Ashley Young 5.5

Occasionally threatening going forwards, often stuck in defensive roles.

Eric Bailly 7

Solid enough at the back, particularly in one-on-one situations with Lukaku.

Marcos Rojo 5.5

Looked shaky for much of the game, offering Everton's forwards a chance.

Marcos Rojo endured a difficult evening at the heart of the Manchester United defence

Daley Blind 6

A good free-kick saved in the first half, unfortunate to be the one subbed.

Marouane Fellaini 5

Late into challenges, clumsy with ball at feet... not a performance to remember.

Michael Carrick 6

Another peculiar choice of substitution after remaining composed throughout.

Jesse Lingard 6

Looked for the spectacular a little too often.

Ander Herrera 6.5

Tidy, nimble, agile and hit the bar. United will be glad to have him back.

Ander Herrera was tricky and nimble for United and also hit the crossbar in the first half

Marcus Rashford 6.5

Shifted out wide he couldn't find the goalscoring chance he wanted.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic 6

Missed two gilt-edged chances, scored two, had one cancelled out.

Subs: Shaw (for Young 65, 7), Pogba (for Blind 45, 6), Mkhitaryan (for Carrick 65, 6)

Subs unused: Romero, Darmian, Fosu-Mensah, Martial

Ibrahimovic scored two perfectly good goals but had one chalked off for offside



goodmin 05-04-2017 02:03 PM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United 1-1 Everton
Lihat permainan babak kedua, kirain pelatihnya ganti Moyes :))

Bulma 05-04-2017 03:22 PM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United 1-1 Everton

Originally Posted by goodmin (Post 676437)
Lihat permainan babak kedua, kirain pelatihnya ganti Moyes :))

Sebuah tim yang memainkan pemain bertipe seperti marwan....apalagi sih yg diharepin kalo bukan umpan lambung/ crossing? terutama saat tertinggal dari lawan :peace::D

Kevin_Anggie 05-04-2017 06:18 PM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United 1-1 Everton
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