Manchester United were held 1-1 draw at old Trafford by Rafael Benitez's men. The Reds will play against Leicester in their next EPL match after the international break on 26th October. They will then welcome Atalanta in UCL on 20th October before embarking on tough premier league fixtures with Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal on the horizon.
In perhaps what Ole Gunnar's men would have done better in the Everton fixture, Manchester United failed to capitalize on that Martials score to build a momentum. The Visitors caused much trouble and goal threat all through until Townsend rescued the Visitors with a deserved equalizer.
Ole Gunnar's men must go back on the drawing table due to those upcoming fixtures.
The home fixtures with Liverpool and Manchester City, plus tricky trips to Leicester and Tottenham will, at the very least, give an indication about United's ability to challenge for the title this season.
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