An accurate-footed goal by Bruno, helped Man United to take the lead, but the star of the day – Philippe Coutinho’s goal, concluded the game at 2-2.
A dream debut for Philippe Coutinho helped Aston Villa to give a tough fight against Manchester United. From 2-0 down, the hosts managed to draw with Manchester United.
Ronaldo-less red devils were leading a dominating score of 2-0, with Bruno leading with an example. Right footed shot from outside the box helped United to take the lead within 6 minutes of the game. The planned goal with Alex Telles’s assistance helped Bruno to win his first away goal of this season.
Followed by Martinez’s “slipped-in-net” goal from 25-yard away Bruno, Manchester United captain struck again in the 67th minute, giving them an advantage of 2 goals lead. Fred assisted well to assure Bruno strikes through the net.
Debut star Philippe was brought in and within 9 minutes of his play in the game, he helped to build up a good goal plan for Ramsey’s goal at the 77th minute.
With a score of 2-1, the hosts were fighting aggressively hard for a draw. Debut star, Philippe Coutinho converted Ramsey’s cross into a game-changing goal, levelling the score at 2-2.
As the game ends with a draw, United fans seem upset to see players slipping away the winning game into a draw. With the game ending, Aston Villa stands in 13th position with 23 points, whereas Man Utd standstill at 7th position with 32 points.