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Summary

  1. Baines tucks in penalty late on
  2. Fellaini comes on and concedes penalty within four minutes
  3. Herrera hits the woodwork as United press for a second
  4. Ibrahimovic scores long-range effort that goes over the line after hitting the bar and post
  5. Goal given by goal-line technology after ball cleared by defender

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By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye!

If cheap Danish lagers made Premier League weekends then it would probably have been this one.

Plenty of goals. Plenty of incidents. Plenty of drama. And it was across the board, not just one or two of the games.

And it is not over yet. We have got Middlesbrough v Hull tomorrow night. Bet you cannot wait. Join us then!

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United rode their luck today (with Rojo tackle) but were unlucky with the penalty and with Herrera's chance. 

You have got to keep going. Mourinho took Mkhitaryan off and replaced him with Fellaini and that looked like a negative move.

He tried to tighten it up and in the end Fellaini gave away the penalty. 

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Mehrdad: Any manager that sends on Fellaini deserves the sack that substitution sends out the wrong message to the rest of the team.

'We don't get results we deserve'

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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: "We were the best team by far, but we didn't win. We had chances for a 2-0 and had the ball against the post and then we conceded a goal in the last minute. I notice my team trying always to play the 90 minutes in the same way, but that is not always possible because your opponent tries to react which they did a little bit in the last 10 or 15 minutes.

"I am concerned because we don't get results we deserve. When my teams play matches in a different style what matters is style of football. When you have teams playing defensive counter attack football they get praise. 

"When my team is playing well the results are important. I am pleased my team is playing well. It is a problem that our position in the table is not a reflection of our performances. If you tell me in any one of our draws we were more close than our opponents. This season, what matters is the results not the quality of football."

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How about this for a startling stat?

Jose Mourinho has only won nine of his past 30 Premier League games.

Special once?

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A fair result - Koeman

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Everton manager Ronald Koeman: "The whole team performance was positive and we showed great organisation from the start. We made it difficult for United to create anything. 

"We went 1-0 down through a mistake which was disappointing, of course. One point was the minimum what we deserved.

"We made the subs and we took risk with four strikers on. David De Gea made one or two unbelievable saves and we could have scored earlier.

"It was a fair result. We're still unbeaten at home so we are very happy." 

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So what does that point mean for Everton? Two things...

Firstly, they stay eighth in the Premier League table. That's level on points with West Brom, and just one behind today's opponents.

Secondly, it maintains their unbeaten Premier League home record under Ronald Koeman.

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Richard: That Jose interview is enforced by the FA. He knows that anything he says, he'll be punished for. "No comment" is just safer. 

'We controlled the game'

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Manchester United defender Phil Jones: "I think we controlled the game from the start to the 60th minute. We maybe didn't create as many chances as recent games. Maybe it's a lack of concentration or fatigue, but it's costing us points. 

"That's four or five games where we have dominated but not won. Everton is a difficult place to come, but we were resilient up until we gave the penalty. 

"The manager has shown a lot of confidence in me and it's nice. But at the moment it's about getting results."

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'Rojo's tackle a little late'

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Everton boss Ronald Koeman, speaking to BBC Sport: "You can always discuss the penalty, or if it is a red card or a yellow for Marcos Rojo. It's difficult for the referee. It was maybe a tackle little bit late but I am not the right person if it's red or yellow. We need to accept it. 

"We deserved a point, it's a fair result. Maybe United had more ball possession but didn't create chances in the first half. We showed belief and commitment at 1-0 down and the least we was deserved a point. The performance was better than last week. We are strong, physically good to fight to the last second and it was well deserved today."

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Lekan Adedoyin: Fellaini is an accident waiting to happen. Don't know why coaches don't see that! Maybe Mourinho isn't that tactical anyway!

Brent, Gooner feeling smug in London: Does anyone still doubt Jose Mourinho has lost it? Time for Utd to cut him loose. 

Alan in Seaton: Unlucky does not even come close to describing Utd's woes. Another exaggerated collapse in the box and the cheats prosper to secure a point that they did not even come close to deserving. Will football ever have the guts to deal with this epidemic - it's getting worse! 

'Happy to see my penalty go in'

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Everton left-back Leighton Baines, speaking to Sky Sports: "It feels like a point rather than a win, we were pushing and couldn't get all three. To score late and get a point feels good. I knew where I wanted to go with the penalty. 

"David De Gea's saved one, I've scored one before this game. I was just pleased to see it go in. We want to get back to winning football matches and it's only natural when you are not winning your confidence is not sky high."

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'No comment'

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Interesting interview with Jose Mourinho for Match of the Day.

Asked about the decision to award Everton a late penalty: "No thoughts. No comment.

"We were best team on the pitch by far and it is a result that doesn't reflect the difference of the performances of both teams."

Asked about Marcos Rojo's first half challenge: "No comment."

Is there anything you can do to change your luck? "No.

"We have to work the way we are doing. There have been amazing performances from Jones and Rojo, players who have never played for the club for the past two years. To perform in five consecutive matches against difficult opposition, I am so happy with the individual performances."

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Robbie Savage

Ex-Leicester City & Wales midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

United were in total control today. 

It is about big moments in big games. Herrera hit the crossbar in the second half and it would have been game over if that goes in.

In the Premier League you still get a chance and Everton took it.

They realistically could have six, seven or eight more points if they had taken their chances and seen games out but they haven't. They didn't see this game out again and that is a worry.

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Louise Engelbertsen: Absolute horrid performance. Couldn't pass the ball & making subs to preserve a 1-0 lead, cause that works so well normally.

Jimmy: I blame Mourinho for bringing on Fellani to defend a 1-0 lead against a poor poor Everton team.

Omoba1: Mourihno got this very wrong. Why play Pogba ahead of Mata. Disgraceful football by ManUtd. Mata would have added creativity 

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Turns out that Mourinho didn't have much more to say about anything. The words 'no' and 'comment' were used on a regular basis by the fuming Manchester United manager.

You'll hear what little he did say very soon...

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Think we can say that little cameo from Marouane Fellaini can be safely filed under "undistinguished."

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Jose Mourinho is nicely led into THE Marouane Fellaini question.

Interviewer: "You sent him on to shore the game up. What did you make of the penalty?"

Mourinho: "No comment."

Excellent anticipation. Unlike from Fellaini.

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Failing to take all three points back across the M62 is very costly for Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho's side do go back above West Brom into sixth place, but they are now six points adrift of fifth-placed Spurs. 

And the Red Devils have now dropped seven points from goals conceded in the last 10 minutes this season - more than any other Premier League side.

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Only Everton skipper Phil Jagielka has given away more penalties than Marouane Fellaini in the Premier League this season. Jags is leading his former team-mate 3-2 in that unwanted battle.

Fellaini should be fined a week's wages for that stupid error. Handed the draw on a plate to Everton.

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Marouane Fellaini disappears down the Goodison tunnel to a standing ovation from the Everton crowd. He was arguably their best player.

Jose Mourinho, whose face was like thunder after Fellaini's error, won't be as pleased.

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Robbie Savage

Ex-Leicester City & Wales midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

Everton have been much better in the second half. They have had more belief and forced De Gea to make some saves.

FULL-TIME

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All over. Honours even thanks to more late drama.

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Now Everton burst back up the other end. Enner Valencia makes a nuisance of himself as he chases down a long ball, just being beaten to the ball by Marcos Rojo. Timed to perfection. And it had to be.

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One last chance? For which side? Manchester United are the team currently piling forward...

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Nii: Pen or no pen, M. Oliver has given Jose the usual excuse. ManU is the most unlucky team in the EPL.

Sophie Gayter: Negative tactics backfiring again for Mourinho. Can't say Everton didn't deserve that.

Phil Johnson: Why put in Fellaini? He's a foul, or penalty, waiting to happen. 

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Marouane Fellaini's day is getting worse. He is picked out in the Everton box, turns with the speed of a North Sea oil tanker, then passes straight out of play for a home throw-in.

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De Gea 1 Baines 1. This time the Manchester United keeper does stop a powerful drive from the Everton left-back, punching out his angled drive.

INJURY TIME

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FIVE minutes of stoppage time. Only going to be one winner here...

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David Ljunggren: I'm not a Man Utd fan but there's no way Everton deserve to get a point from this game

David Broome: So predictable from Utd. They stopped playing 20 minutes ago. They find a new way not to win every week.

Adam Jones: If Fellaini's good enough to play for Man Utd 100 times, then I'm good enough to play for Barcelona. 

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All Everton now! I did not see this coming.

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Robbie Savage

Ex-Leicester City & Wales midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

I do think Gueye has exaggerated the fall there. I don't think that is a penalty.

But, what on earth was Fellaini doing?

That is a poor decision from Michael Oliver. It was never a penalty.

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GOAL - Everton 1-1 Man Utd

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A test of nerves here. David de Gea has saved a Leighton Baines penalty before...

Not this time!

Baines buries low into the bottom left corner, beating De Gea who guesses the right way.

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PENALTY TO EVERTON

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Oh dear. What an impact by Marouane Fellaini...

The former Everton man clumsily clatters Idrissa Gueye in the box. Referee Michael Oliver points to the spot!

That is Fellaini's first touch...

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Here is that third and final  Manchester United change. It is, off course, Marouane Fellaini. A few jeers from the Goodison crowd. Suppose they can't be annoyed about being given £27m for him.

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Another Manchester United substitute is getting kitted up. A tall Belgian bloke? Big hair? Believe he is known around this part of Liverpool...

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Mark Shelton: United starting to crank up that 'losing a lead' style of play we've seen a lot of recently!

Colin Reardon: Whenever MUFC try to hold onto a lead they defend in abject panic! Calm it down!

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Here comes the young man. Marcus Rashford sprints on, taking the place of Anthony Martial. The away end sing a little ditty about 'Tony' as he goes off.

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