THAT’S ALL FROM MANCHESTER!
Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-2 in an absolute thriller of a match at Old Trafford.
The Gunners opened the scoring with one of the most controversial goals in Premier League history after just 13 minutes.
David de Gea got hurt when Fred inadvertently stepped on his heel during a corner-kick and Emile Smith Rowe noticed the net open so he fired a shot from the edge of the box.
After a long VAR consultation, referee Martin Atkinson awarded the goal to the north Londoners.
United were furious but equalised just a minute before half-time when Jadon Sancho broke from the left and found Fred, who redeemed himself with a brilliant flick towards Bruno Fernandes that allowed him to score on his 100th appearance for the club.
The hosts turned things around on 52 minutes when the visitors left plenty of space open down the right and that allowed Marcus Rashford to set Cristiano Ronaldo up for his 800th career goal.
But Mikel Arteta’s men responded just two minutes later when Alex Telles forgot Gabriel Martinelli down the right flank and the forward passed to Martin Odegaard in the box from where he equalised.
Odegaard, though, turned into a somewhat tragic figure soon after as he fouled Fred inside his own box and referee Atkinson pointed at the spot after checking with the VAR monitor.
Ronaldo beat Aaron Ramsdale in the 70th minute with a composed finish that gave United a huge victory.
That’s all from us here at SunSport, have a great night!