- Barnes takes advantage of Andreas mistake
- Wood doubles lead
- Pogba, Lindelof score late
Manchester United left it late, but scored twice in the final six minutes to take a point from game Burnley at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
United moves to 45 points, two fewer than fourth place Chelsea and fifth place Arsenal, while Burnley is 15th with 23.
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Manchester United had the early upper hand, but it was Phil Jones who had to act quickly to deny Barnes and Burnleyan early lead.
Luke Shaw tried a bounding half-volley in the 20th minute, but the ball headed wide of the far post.
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5 – Tuesday is the only day of the week on which Sean Dyche has never lost a Premier League game as a manager, winning three and drawing two of his five games in the competition. Quirk.
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Romelu Lukaku‘s chances of scoring with his last chance of the game were foiled by a wonderful Heaton save in the 67th minute.
Ashley Westwood then continued his fine assist with a cross that Wood headed behind De Gea.
Pogba clawed a goal back for United from the spot when Jesse Lingard embellished a foul on his shoulder to get a penalty kick with three minutes left in the 90.