Manchester United thrashed Everton 3-1 at Old Trafford to qualify to the FA Cup Round 16 despite scrapy performance. Man United opened the scores in the 4th minute through Antony who was assisted by Marcus Rashford before Everton equalised in the 14th minute through Conor Coady to force a 1-1 draw at halftime. Man United scored their 2nd goal in the 52nd minute through Conor Coady own goal after deflecting in Tyrell Malacia strike to gift the hosts a 2-1 lead.
Everton thought they had equalised through Dominic Calvert Lewin in the 74th minute but the goal was ruled inches offside by VAR. Man United brought on Fred, Garnacho, Martinez, Maguire and Scott Mctominay as substitutes in the second half for Casemiro, Martial, Malacia, Eriksen and Antony. Man United finally scored their 3rd goal in the 90th minute through Marcus Rashford to claim a big 3-1 victory and book spot in the FA Cup Round of 16. Man United Next 3 tough & hard Fixtures in all competitions will see them take on Charlton Athletic on Tuesday in EFL Carabao Cup at Old Trafford, host Man City next weekend in a Manchester Derby and square off against arch-rivals Arsenal at Emirates.
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