A resurging Everton side held Manchester United 1-1 at Old Trafford to halt the Red devils three games winning run in all competitions.
Victor Lindelof was at the wrong end of goal as his 36th minute own goal gave Everton a hard fought lead by half time against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Manchester United who enjoyed three straight wins against Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and AZ Alkmaar faced an Everton side who were off the back of a 3-1 win against Chelsea last week to continued their revival under Duncan Ferguson.
Despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men enjoying more possession of the ball and creating most of the goal scoring chances, it was Everton who broke the dealock thanks to United’s Swedish Center back.
Leighton Baines sent in a corner kick which went past David De Gea who was hassled by Calvert-Lewin, the ball hit Lindelof’s thigh and into his own net.
Lindelof had an opportunity to redeem himself in the second half, when United’s corner kick fell to him, but his shot when inches over the goal post.
But it was second half substitute, Mason Greenwood who grabbed the equalizer much to United’s fans’ delight in the 77th minute.
Daniel James saw off opposing players to lay a good pass for Greenwood, the academy player powered in a low shot past Pickford to score his second Premier League goal of the season.
Alex Iwobi’s outside left footed shot in the 82nd minute could have restored lead for the Toffees, but De Gea did well to parry the shot.
Both sides settled for a stalemate at full time as United failed to go within two points off Champions League spot while Everton climbed three points off relegation zone.