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The Red Devils were stopped: 2:2 between Manchester United and Leeds Israel today


Nionto (1) and an own goal from Varane (48) put the Red Devils in a double deficit, but Rashford (63) and Sancho (70) set up a fair distribution of points • FA Cup: 80 minutes for Manor Solomon in Fulham's 2:3 victory over Sunderland

After 13 consecutive home victories, Manchester United was stopped tonight (Wednesday) with a 2:2 draw at Old Trafford against Leeds, as part of a make-up game from the eighth round in the Premier League.

Despite coming back from a double deficit, United missed out, at least temporarily, on a chance to match second-placed Manchester City.

It started very badly for the Red Devils as after just one turn of the clock, De Gea was forced to clear the net after Patrick Bamford's sharp corner kick.

0:1 to Leeds.

Marcus Rashford celebrates United's equaliser,

The second half started exactly like the first, only this time it took 3 minutes for the visitors, who took advantage of another mistake in the United defense.

Nionto found Crisencio Summerville and the latter's cross hit Raphael Varane and slotted in en route to Leeds' second.

In the 63rd minute, the host got back into the game after a successful strike by the fiery Marcus Rashford.

Manchester United narrowed to 2:1 and that's not all because 9 minutes later, Jadon Sancho equalized with a precise ball into the corner of Melia.

2:2 at Old Trafford.

FA Cup.

Manor Solomon recorded 80 minutes tonight in Fulham's 2:3 win over Sunderland in the rematch in the cup.

Harry Wilson (8), Andreas Pereira (59) and Leibin Kurzawa (82), scored for Fulham.

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Source: israelhayom

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