The English premier league side Manchester United, got one point at home yesterday against Everton in the English premier league fixture. Ole Gunnar's side Manchester United opened the scoring in the first half through the French International, Anthony Martial.
According to football analysts, Martial showed an outstanding performance during the match making more shots on target, before scoring a wonderful goal. During the second half Rafael Benitez side Everton came with another formation to win the game. A wonderful performance from Gray helped his side to get an equalizer scored by Townsend lately in the second half to make 1-1.
After meeting Everton, Ole Gunnar's side Manchester United, has made preparations towards their next seven premier league fixtures. Manchester United will be on their way to Kingpower Stadium, for a match against Leicester city. Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City will play against Manchester United consecutively before meeting Watford, Chelsea and Arsenal in the their last meetings.
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