Luke Shaw criticised by Jose Mourinho again despite return to action for

Luke Shaw

Phil Jagielka gave Everton the lead midway through the first half but United's pressure eventually paid off in added time when Zlatan Ibrahimovic converted a penalty.

Yesterday's draw with Everton means United have won just six of their 16 Premier League home games this season, drawing nine and losing once, while scoring just 21 goals.

The weekend results have left United sitting fifth in the Premier League table and five points behind fourth-placed City with a game in hand so the Red Devils will be hoping to close the gap to just two points ahead of City's trip to Chelsea tomorrow night.

"Before the game you'd settle for a point, but with how the game went we're disappointed", Koeman told BT Sport.

When asked why Mkhitaryan had been dropped to the bench, Mourinho said: "I am not happy with Mkhi's performance in the last match". "The spirit in the second half was phenomenal, but with some players really in trouble — some by the physical point of view, some others clearly with the confidence levels low".

United played much better after halftime. We had a few chances. Did we hit the post as always? Yes. "The nice thing is that we have not been losing for a lot of games, so it is what it is and if we would have been a team for no.1 spot, we would be No.1 today".


"I still came. I came to help".

Ibrahimovic nearly gave them the lift they needed in the first five minutes as he surged into the penalty area, but Williams thwarted him with a well-timed block.

In response to going behind, Ander Herrera struck the crossbar after Joel Robles parried Daley Blind's free-kick and the United midfielder also forced Toffees goalkeeper Robles into a full-stretch save.

But after Jagielka's defensive partner Ashley Williams was dismissed for handling Luke Shaw's drive deep in injury time, Zlatan Ibrahimovic stepped up to convert the penalty and ensure the points were shared. We started playing more direct. We have gained the points we need to be in the Champions League, though we are on the limit now.

"It's one thing for Marcus Rashford, who comes a year ago with no responsibility and scores a goal". Everton boss Ronald Koeman: "I feel myself more comfortable here than (with) the way Liverpool tried to press, They are strong, United, they have individual qualities".

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