In their FA Cup third round match, Manchester United and Everton played each other at Old Trafford this evening.
Manchester United took an early lead when Antony scored his first goal in the competition by sliding in to tap in Marcus Rashford’s cross from close range three minutes into the match.
The Red Devils had several chances to increase their lead, but Everton began to fight back, with Demarai Gray hitting the woodwork after 13 minutes.
However, just one minute later, Amadou Onana passed the ball to Neal Maupay, who stretched to reach it and hit it back towards the near post.
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Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea let the ball slip through his legs, allowing Conor Coady to score and equalize for Everton. This ended Manchester United’s streak of four consecutive clean sheets since the World Cup break, and also marked the first time that De Gea had allowed a goal since November 13.
This was the 13th time that Manchester United and Everton have faced each other in the FA Cup, with each team winning six times in the previous 12 meetings.