Manchester United came from two goals down to bag a 2-2 home draw with Leeds United in an English Premier League match on Wednesday.
Italian forward Wilfried Gnonto shocked Manchester's Old Trafford, scoring the opener in the first minute.
Leeds United doubled their lead after Manchester United's French defender Raphael Varane scored an own goal in the 48th minute of the second half.
English forward Marcus Rashford scored a header in the 62nd minute to encourage Manchester United.
Eight minutes later, another English forward of Manchester United, Jadon Sancho, leveled the match with a right-footed low shot to the center of the goal that beat Leeds United goalkeeper Illan Meslier.
The Red Devils secured a point after Sancho's equalizer.
Manchester United have 43 points in 22 Premier League matches to be third in the standings. Their archrivals Manchester City have collected 45 points to be second.
Arsenal are leading the league with 50 points.
Manchester United will visit Leeds United in a league match on Sunday.
Leeds United have 19 points to be close to the Premier League's relegation zone. They sacked head coach Jesse Marsch after poor results on Monday.
Source: Anadolu Agency