MANCHESTER UNITED VS BURNLEY
Manchester United fought back from 2-0 down with three minutes remaining to earn a 2-2 draw with Burnley as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s perfect record ended at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
Victor Lindelof slammed home a 92rd-minute equaliser from close range despite some Tom Heaton heroics, after Paul Pogba had halved the deficit with a penalty (87) to give United a chance of an unlikely draw.
Burnley had taken the lead through Ashley Barnes six minutes after the break as the visitors capitalised on an Andreas Pereira mistake outside his own box, and doubled their advantage with nine minutes remaining as Chris Wood headed home Ashley Westwood’s cross, and that looked to be that until United’s late flurry.
Cardiff succumbed to a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal in their first game since the tragic disappearance of Emiliano Sala.
Second-half goals from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette overcame a valiant display from Neil Warnock’s side on a sombre night at Emirates Stadium.
Both sets of Players and fans paid Tribute to the missing Emiliano Sala before kick off , and the Bluebirds fittingly had the final word as substitute Nathaniel Mendez-Laing struck a consolation goal, even though this was a night when much more mattered.
WOLVES VS WESTHAM UNITED
A second-half double from Raul Jimenez and another from Romain Saiss helped Wolves climb to seventh in the Premier League after a 3-0 win over West Ham.
Saiss’ header from a Joao Moutinho corner kick on the hour mark finally put the dominant hosts in front on a night where they had controlled the game without manufacturing enough clear-cut chances until that point.
The opener relieved any tension among a Wolves side knowing defeat would see West Ham leap-frog them in the table, and instead they grabbed a second when Jimenez turned home Moutinho’s free-kick from wide with ten minutes left.
And, as West Ham pushed up late on, Jimenez doubled his tally on the counter, lifting the ball over Lukasz Fabianski after Diego Jota had played him through to put the seal on the win.
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN VS EVERTON
Jan Siewert made a losing start to his tenure as Huddersfield head coach as Richarlison’s third-minute strike was enough to secure a much-needed 1-0 win for 10-man Everton at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Tom Davies set up the Brazilian for the only goal of a cagey affair in West Yorkshire as Everton moved up to eighth in the Premier League to ease the pressure on manager Marco Silva.
They were made to sweat on the result in the final 24 minutes as Lucas Digne was sent off for a professional foul on Adama Diakhaby, but Everton held on to just a third away win of the season.
FULHAM VS BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION
Relegation-threatened Fulham came from 2-0 down at half-time to beat Brighton 4-2 at Craven Cottage on Tuesday.
Claudio Ranieri said this was a must-win game for Fulham and must have feared the worst when Brighton’s Glenn Murray struck twice in the opening 17 minutes.
Four unanswered second-half goals from Calum Chambers, two for Aleksandar Mitrovic and Luciano Vietto completely changed the game and secured the points for Fulham.