Manchester United continued to score points by drawing 2-2 with its guest, Tottenham Hotspur, yesterday, Sunday, in the 21st round of the English Football League.
Manchester United took the lead with an early goal scored by Danish striker Rasmus Hoylund after 3 minutes.
But Brazilian striker Richarlison succeeded in taking advantage of another corner kick, which he headed into the right corner of Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana to equalize for the London team in the 19th minute.
Marcus Rashford succeeded in adding the second goal for Manchester United in the 40th minute after a perfect pass from Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes.
Manchester United did not notice the danger, and conceded a second goal after only 50 seconds, scored by Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentancur, giving Tottenham a draw again.
Manchester United struggled to score the winning goal and its Dutch coach, Eric Ten Hag, fielded more than one substitute, such as Scott McTominay, Lesandro Martinez, and Anthony.
With this draw, Manchester United raised its score to 32 points in seventh place after two draws and 3 defeats, compared to one win in the last 6 rounds.
As for Tottenham, they raised their score to 40 points in fifth place, lagging behind Arsenal on goal difference, who played one match less.