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- Ibrahimovic's first league start of season for Man Utd
- Barnes replaces Wood for Burnley
Definitely a point gained for United, given how late they left that equaliser, but also two points dropped by Jose Mourinho's men.
They are 12 points behind leaders Manchester City, who play Newcastle on Wednesday.
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Manchester United may have saved themselves from a defeat there but it is the Burnley fans who were singing at the end.
They came here expecting little and left with a point.
United stay second but as Jose Mourinho marched down the tunnel at the end, he would have known Manchester City could stretch their lead at the top to 15 points with victory at Newcastle tomorrow.
Time for another United goal? The home fans think so...
They have left it very late, but United have saved a point here - or, to be precise, Jesse Lingard has.
The ball drops to him on the edge of the area and he fires into the bottom corner. Nick Pope can do nothing to keep that one out.
Phil Bardsley and Marcus Rashford need treatment after a clash of heads but both are fine to continue.
Former Arsenal striker on Final Score
It is backs to the wall stuff from Burnley. Man United with lots of pressure, but Burnley are coping with it OK right now.
United have had more than 76% of possession in the second half but the scoreline remains in Burnley's favour. The Clarets seem to get a head on every ball that comes into their box.
Rodney McCain: Last week Leicester played as if their lives depended on it; today it's Burnley's turn...when will those facing Manchester City try something likewise?
Dharma Djojonegoro: Mata has been generally useless again. Can we get two goal Mata please?
Burnley striker Sam Vokes runs clear to chip home after the flag has gone up. Surely he knows what that means - yes, another booking.
Here come United again. Another corner - their 12th today. Again, Burnley clear.
Real urgency from United now - because time is running out.
Paul Pogba is dropping deep to get on the ball and try to make something happen, but Burnley have got numbers back and are supremely well organised too.
Moe Rahman: Last season Mourinho was not man enough to take Ibrahimovic off when he was playing terrible, and this season it's the same, but with Lukaku.
Shane O'Neill: That challenge by Bardsley on Mkhitaryan is normally a straight red for everyone else. Inconsistency with referees in this league is atrocious.
Paul Lummis: Again, absolutely atrocious officiating at Old Trafford - the ball is clearly out for a corner and the linesman is well out of position. Shockingly poor.
United are relentless in their pursuit of an equaliser and Burnley are getting pegged further and further back.
The Clarets are hanging on, though. Juan Mata finds some space in the area to go for a spectacular chip, but does not get enough on it and Nick Pope collects easily enough.
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Both managers are contesting virtually every decision now as Manchester United chase an equaliser and Burnley try to keep them out.
Fourth official Lee Mason has had his ear bent by United assistant boss Rui Faria, in addition to fielding complaints from Burnley boss Sean Dyche.
It's all getting a bit frantic and there is still a quarter of the game left.
Paul Pogba steps up, in almost the same spot that Steven Defour scored from earlier. He goes for the same corner of goal too... but his effort is slightly too high, and flies into the stand rather than the net.
Burnley keeper Nick Pope takes too long with his goal-kick for Martin Atkinson's liking, so that is another booking dished out. That is eight in total, and Burnley's fifth of the match.
Phil Bardsley is penalised for a late lunge on Henrikh Mkhitaryan, close to the edge of the Burnley area. That's a booking, and a shooting chance for Paul Pogba from this free-kick...
David Simpson: If you stop Ashley Young crossing, you stop Man United scoring.
Belgium midfielder Steven Defour, scorer of that brilliant free-kick to put the Clarets 2-0 up, is going off to be replaced by Wales striker Sam Vokes.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson is the latest player to go into Martin Atkinson's book, after stopping Henrikh Mkhitaryan from making headway by the Burnley byline.
Free-kick to United, in a dangerous position. Marcus Rashford whips it in... and it beats everyone before going out of play near the opposite corner flag.
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Zlatan Ibrahmovic amazed everyone with the speed of his comeback from a serious cruciate knee ligament injury.
But the veteran Swede has been a shadow of his former self and the fact Jose Mourinho took him off at half-time with Manchester United desperately searching for a way back into this game says it all.
At 36, maybe making a full recovery and getting back to his best is one challenge beyond even this self proclaimed lion.
United striker Romelu Lukaku has not had a great game - with or without Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the pitch. He gets on the end of an enticing cross from the left, but cannot direct his header on target.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has looked very fired up since coming on and he earns a booking for his reaction after Martin Atkinson blows up for his foul on Phil Bardsley.
I should tell you that Luke Shaw has also been shown a yellow card, for a foul on Steven Defour - but that was before United scored their goal.
United are playing with more fluency now, and Ashley Young in particular is flying. He earns a free-kick on the right of the area, which Paul Pogba takes quickly as United look to keep the pressure up. Burnley are ready for it, however.
What a first-time finish this is, to put his side right back in this game (if indeed they were ever out of it).
Another Ashley Young cross finds Jesse Lingard darting into the box, and, under pressure, he cleverly swivels to flick the ball past Nick Pope and into the bottom corner.
What the... !?!
How does this stay out?
United come forward again and Ashley Young drills in a low cross that finds Jesse Lingard right in front of goal - and practically underneath the crossbar... he looks to slot home but Nick Pope somehow blocks it with his head and the ball bounces up and hits the bar twice, before bouncing to safety.
A brief delay while Burnley captain Ben Mee has treatment. He looks like he will be ok - and Clarets boss Sean Dyche gives him a round of applause by way of encouragement.
Jose Mourinho's men start the second half on the front foot, forcing another corner, that Burnley eventually clear, followed by a Paul Pogba pot-shot from 25 yards, that clears Nick Pope's crossbar.
United get the second half started. Nemanja Matic has dropped back into their back four as a result of those changes.
Two changes by Manchester United at the break - Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Jesse Lingard on for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo.
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Sean Dyche contemplating an early change. Jonathan Walters warming up during the half time interval at Old Trafford for Burnley.
United have not created enough despite all that possession and on the whole they have been playing in front of Burnley.
United have had 68% of possession and have had plenty of touches in the Burnley area (on the left), but they have nothing to show for it so far.
Glenn Hutton: De Gea's nickname should be Dracula... He avoids crosses at all costs!
Josh Hammond: If you listened very carefully, you could hear the sound of ever United fan watching the game smashing their own face against the nearest solid object after that start.
Nokeeroe: That’s what happens when you put out a weak side against any Premier League side. United are paying the price here for disrespecting Burnley.
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There were boos as the half-time whistle blew then, followed by a rallying cry from the Stretford End.
It's not as if United have had no pressure, just than Burnley have been committed and having got themselves into this position, don't look like relinquishing it.
Unless Jose Mourinho can come up with a rescue plan, United are about to complete an utterly abject week, following on from defeat at Bristol City in the Carabao Cup and conceding that late goal at Leicester.
Last time Burnley won at Old Trafford was 1962. Harold Macmillan was Prime Minister. JFK was president.
There will be three minutes of added time at the end of the first half. What sort of mood do you reckon Jose Mourinho will be in when his players get back to the dressing room?
Another corner for United. Their seventh of the first half.
Ashley Young fires it in and Nemanja Matic rises to get on the end of it... but he cannot direct his header goalwards.
Here come the hosts again. Paul Pogba shrugs off Steven Defour, and looks to bend his shot into the top corner. Nick Pope is at full stretch, but he is not getting that - and he is relieved to see the ball fizz inches wide of his left-hand post.
Another United attack. More exceptional Burnley defending.
Juan Mata works the ball to Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the left of the area. He has space to let fly, but Kevin Long throws himself at the ball to deflect it away from the target.
Former Everton midfielder on Final Score
What a free-kick from Steven Defour!
To beat David de Gea is almost impossible, but that shows what a fantastic free-kick it was. There was no stopping that.