After nearly a month without a game, the Under-21s played again on Friday night.
The opponents have been Fulham, who have had a very good start to the Under-21 season, with five wins out of a possible six, but United will not make it easy for the London side.
Fulham actually scored after 22 minutes, and led until the end of regular time. Two minutes into stoppage time, substitute Ethan Williams equalized and the two teams shared the points at Motspor Park.
Despite their poor position in the league, United scored 26 goals in just seven matches.
Premier League 2
Fulham 1-1 (1-0) Manchester United
united: Elijah Harrison – Sam Murray, Rhys Bennett, Sonti Jefri (Tom Huddleston, 83), Willie Kambwala (James Nolan, 61) – Isaac Hansen-Irwin, Toby Collier, Shula Shoretier – Sam Mather (Ethan Ennis, 46), Joe Hugill Matteo Megia (Ethan Williams, 78).
Goal: 1-0 Languedoc (22), 1-1 Williams (90+2)
Yellow cards: Hansen Arwen (11), Nolan (90+4)
attention: Due to the rule that Under-21 matches played in parallel with Premier League matches cannot be broadcast, the encounter with Fulham has been updated live with only the highlights.
Minute 90+5: The match ends.
Minute 90+4: Yellow card for Nolan.
90+2 minutes: Goal. Ethan Williams equalizes in overtime!
Minute 83: Huddleston replaces Al-Juffari.
Minute 78: Williams comes on for Mejia.
Minute 61, Nolan comes on instead of Kamboala.
Minute 46: Ennis replaces Mather.
22 minutes: Goal. Fulham took the lead after Lanquedoc scored.
Minute 11: Isak Hansen Arwen gets a yellow card.
Minute 1: The match started
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