Today football live score : Anthony Martial scores for Manchester United, but Townsend equalises for Everton.

On Saturday afternoon, Manchester United will host Everton at Old Trafford in the Premier League.

United needed a good performance against Villarreal in the Champions League in midweek after two bad results, and despite struggling and falling down, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team came back to accomplish a late, dramatic comeback.

United’s first win of the current Champions League season came thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s game-winning goal deep into stoppage time, and they’ll be aiming to get back on track in the league after losing 1-0 to Aston Villa last weekend.

Harry Maguire was forced off the pitch against Aston Villa due to injury, and he is expected to be out for a few weeks as a result of the calf problem he suffered in that game. As a result, he will be unavailable for Everton’s visit, with Victor Lindelof likely to start in his place.

In his pre-match news conference, Solskjaer remarked, “We’ve done that [late winner] so many times at this club.”

“We faced a really talented squad that dominated possession but was vulnerable on the counter-attack. The momentum, the energy, must be maintained. It’s a pretty short turnaround time. The players will not be taken off guard.”

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Manchester United must win games like this if they are to regain their competitive status. Instead, they were a knee away from the newspaper’s back page, which featured a cracked club logo.

Yerry Mina’s disallowed goal, made the more agonising for United fans by his gall to celebrate it with a jig in front of the J Stand, encouraged United to cover the cracks with another stoppage-time save. This isn’t the case.

United would have had a good week if they had two victories and their lone victory had kept the vultures at bay for three days. United was anticipated to be a title contender, but they fielded a team that was better suited to a League Cup match.

As full-time approached, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was excitedly flailing his hands. He motioned Raphael Varane to come over and give Scott McTominay instructions. Whatever communication was sent, it was not received.

Andros Townsend mocked Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford by imitating the No.7’s legendary ‘Siuuu’ celebration.

United resumed to Premier League play on Saturday after a remarkable comeback against Villarreal in midweek to get their Champions League campaign off to a winning start, a game in which Ronaldo scored the game-winning goal at the last.

United, buoyed by the win, looked confident ahead of the Toffees’ visit and, after a tense first half, seized the lead on the stroke of half-time via Anthony Martial.

With Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho, and Paul Pogba all beginning on the bench, the Frenchman was a contentious decision by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but he justified his selection with a strong finish after being teed up by Bruno Fernandes.

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