Mark the keeper.
Former Manchester United backstop Anders Lindegaard supplied a 90th-minute equalizer for Helsingborgs in a 2-2 draw against Falkenbergs when he cut to the front post to nod a firm header home in Swedish Allsvenskan action on Sunday.
Helsingborgs trailed 2-0 away from home when Anthony van der Hurk brought the visitors within one in the 81st minute.
That set the stage for Lindegaard’s header and a valuable point to keep Helsingborgs off bottom nine matches into the Allsvenskan season.
Lindegaard was with United from 2011-15, later playing for West Brom, Preston North End, and Burnley. The 36-year-old played 25 times for the Red Devils, including 19 times in the Premier League.
Even with a Premier League winners’ medal and two Community Shields from his time at United, Lindegaard didn’t have too many moments like this:
KLASSAVSLUT av Helsingborgs målvakt Lindegaard till 2-2! pic.twitter.com/7vv8HnBc6d
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