Manchester United took another step away from their title aspirations on Saturday night after a disappointing three-all draw at home to Everton.
The Red Devils surrended their lead three times as Carlo Ancelloti’s men earned a famous point at Old Trafford which has not been entirely timely for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer‘s men this season.
Club legend, Paul Scholes while reacting to the result posited that draw against Everton is a huge blow to Manchester United’s dream of winning the Premier League.
He also added that Paul Pogba’s injury in the second half gave the likes of Andre Gomes, Been Davies and Abdoulaye Doucoure the chance to dominate the match.
That’s a big blow. If you are talking about title hopes, it’s a big blow for them. Of course, it’s.
I just feel Paul Pogba going off was a big moment in the game. I thought they had complete control up to that point.
Fred coming on, they lost control in the middle of the pitch. [Andre] Gomes, Doucoure and [Tom] Davies really started to take control of the game and that was a big blow for United.
Conceding a goal that late, it Is not a good look. Are they totally out of it? It is going to be difficult from now on, I think.
But they have got to keep going, they have got to keep fighting, they have git to keep believing.
Manchester United are now two points behind Manchester City who leads the log with 47 points and two games in hand.