Two late goals from Paul Pogba and Lindelof helped Manchester United seal a late comeback as they played out a 2-2 draw against Burnley at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.
Burnley opened scoring 51 minutes into game as Pereira was woefully dispossessed just in front of his back four by Cork.
Burney doubled their lead 81 minutes on. Wood with a header into the far corner of De Gea’s net after Lindelof played him onside.
Six minutes later, Pogba pulled one back for the Red Devils. Hendrick pulled at the arm of Lingard and the referee immediately points to the spot. Pogba stepped up and dispatched it with ease to make the scoreline 2-1.
90′ + 2 minutes, United corner found its way to Young, who loops the ball back in. Heaton keeps Sanchez’s header out, but couldn’t stop Lindelof from smashing in his first for the Reds to pull his side level.
The Gunners were given a golden opportunity 65 minutes into the game after Bamba brough Kolasinac to ground while on through pass from Iwobi, leaving Mike Dean with no choice than to point to the spot kick.
Aubameyang stepped up, made no mistake from the spot as he sent Etheridge the wrong way and tucking home his 15th Premier League goal of the season.
83 minutes on, the Gunners made it 2-0 after Lacazette picked up the ball on the touchline, quickly got back to his feet after Bamba brought him down and charged through on goal to fire a venomous effort past Etheridge.
90′ + 3 minutes, the visitors pulled one back as the Gunners failed to deal with a cross into the middle and it falls to Mendez-Laing, who cuts inside away from Iwobi before finding the bottom corner of the far post.