Man United vs Everton LIVE: Premier League Updates

Solskjaer’s improvement over United ahead of Everton

Manchester United Host Everton In the Premier League With both teams having a chance to top the table if they claim victory.

United, who are currently fourth, head into the match from behind A League defeat after Aston Villa scored on death to win 1-0. Bruno Fernandes missed a penalty kick, which led to them not getting points out of the match. The Portugal international is sure to be called up this weekend, but one player who might miss again is Donnie Van de Beek.

The midfielder showed his frustration at being left on the bench during United win the Champions League against Villarreal It’s safe to say, Director Ole Gunnar Solskjaer He did not react well: “I have a team of international players and if we are going to be successful we need positive energy, there is no need to cheat. Donny has never affected his teammates negatively. Once I see the players negatively affecting the team. So this is a different scenario and I will be on Probably more assertive.”

Solskjaer will have to calm the turmoil in his team if he is to defeat Everton, led by Rafa Benitez, who has had a strong start to the season. They are currently fifth after four wins, a draw and a loss. But the concern for the Toffees comes from injuries as Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Seamus Coleman, Richarlison and Andre Gomez remain off the field, and Alex Iwobi doubts the showdown. Before the trip to Old Trafford, Benitez said: “I will say he has a little problem, I don’t know if he will be available tomorrow.”

Follow minute by minute live updates, live scores and goal updates, analysis and reaction below:


Manchester United 1-0 Everton

56 minutes: Here comes the first changes for United, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho replacing top scorers Martial and Cavani.

Can the iconic No.7 hit his sixth goal of the season?

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:46


Manchester United 1-0 Everton

53 min: Gray continues to emerge as Everton’s biggest threat over the counter, as the former Bayer man shut down United’s defenders with genuine enthusiasm.

On the sidelines, Jadon Sancho looks like he’s getting ready to come in – likely Martial who is limping a bit.

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:43


Manchester United 1-0 Everton

48 minutes: Greenwood hits from distance, but it’s right in Pickford’s grateful hands.

United started the second half with a brighter side, and dominated possession.

Neither side made any changes in the first half.

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:38


Manchester United 1-0 Everton – The second half has begun

We are back at Old Trafford.

Can Everton return to this game?

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:35


Martial enjoys playing against Everton

The Frenchman’s goal today was his fifth against the Toffees

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:34


Ferdinand: Everton could have scored two or three goals

The BT Sport expert praised the Toffees’ play, but added that they were still missing a killer advantage in front of goal.

“Another day with Richardson or Dominic Calvert-Lewin (both missing), Everton will probably go into the first half with a goal or two,” Ferdinand said.

Thomas FentonOctober 2, 2021, 13:30


Man United 1 – 0 Everton – Martial gives the hosts the lead in the first half

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:26


Manchester United 1 – 0 Everton – half time

United head into the tunnel with a decisive lead in the first half, although not at their best.

Everton made some decent openings, but a determined defense from Ferran and Wan-Bissaka kept the score 0-0.

Hitting Martial just before the break eased the tension within Old Trafford that was forming.

Thomas FentonOctober 2, 2021 13:20


Goal! Manchester United 1-0 Everton (Martial, 42)

Finds French Bruno Fernandez in a small space on the left.

He puts it in front of Martial, who managed to pass Pickford for the first time to give United a vital lead.

There is a hint of the swerve, which appears to have tricked the England stopper because the shot was straight at him.

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:16


Manchester United 0-0 Everton

35 min: Once again Everton sends the ball into a dangerous area inside the penalty area.

Godfrey’s cross was crossed by Doukuri, whose shot was blocked this time by Wan-Bissaka.

Of the two sides, it suddenly appears that Everton is the most likely to score in the net first.

Thomas FentonOct 2, 2021 13:09

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