United and Newcastle earn one point

United and Newcastle earn one point

United and Newcastle earn one point

United and Newcastle earn one point

United and Newcastle earn one point

Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick admitted he “did not like the

performance at all” after seeing his error-strewn side salvage a point at

struggling Newcastle.

Edinson Cavani came off the bench to score a second-half equaliser

following an at times shambolically poor first half from the visitors, during

which they conspired to partly gift Allan Saint-Maximin the opening goal.

For much of the game, an out-of-sorts Red Devils repeatedly relinquished

possession, missed tackles and failed to offer a sustained threat to a

disciplined and determined home defence.

Cavani’s goal ensured Rangnick did not suffer a first loss as interim boss,

but the point does not help them hugely in their quest for a top-four spot.

United have games in hand on those above them, but are seven points

behind fourth-placed Arsenal.

The point is scant reward for Newcastle and leaves them 19th on 11 points,

two from safety but having played more games than all their rivals – and

four more than Burnley in 18th.

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