Manchester United suffered a huge blow in their pursuit for champions league qualification as Michael Obafemi came off the bench to score a dramatic late equalizer in a 2 all draw at old Trafford.
Following Stuart Armstrong’s opener for Southampton, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford turned things around, only for Obafemi to net a goal to give the visitors a point.
The red devils remain fifth after blowing a chance to move ahead of Chelsea and Leicester City on Monday night after securing a point in the match with frustration seen around the players faces and the coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men deserved a share of the spoils.
Their pressure was too much on the red devils forcing Paul Pogba into an early error which Armstrong capitalized on.
Manchester United, however, created a response that Sir Alex Ferguson would have been proud with Rashford equalizing in the 20th minute and Martial with a superb strike 3 minutes later.
United looked set to hold on only for Obafemi to get in the corner before Victor Lindelof to snatch in a late point for the saints.
United remain 5th place on the premier league having moved up to third if only the had won the match.
This brings to an end united four matches winning streak in the premier league.