Southampton 1-1 Manchester United: Mason Greenwood keeps Red Devils’ away record in tact

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Manchester United fought back for a point at Southampton as Mason Greenwood’s second-half strike earned a 1-1 draw at St Mary’s on Sunday.

Fred deflected a Che Adams effort into David de Gea’s net to put Southampton a goal up by half-time, but Greenwood levelled after the break to ensure United matched Arsenal’s Premier League record of unbeaten away games.

James Ward-Prowse threatened with an early free-kick at St Mary’s, where United settled after a bright start by the hosts.

Bruno Fernandes’ free-kick caused a penalty box scramble, which ended with the ball coming back off the bar and Anthony Martial’s follow-up header being stopped on the line.

United continued strongly as they pushed to take the lead on the south coast.

James Ward-Prowse threatened with an early free-kick at St Mary’s, where United settled after a bright start by the hosts.

The centre-back fizzed a ball across to Moussa Djenepo, whose first-time ball to Adam Armstrong was flicked on to Che Adams, who took a couple of touches and struck home from 20 yards via a deflection off Fred.

Fernandes was booked for his remonstrations with the officials.

Saints took the lead in the 30th minute after Jack Stephens left Fernandes in a heap on the right.

Saints went into half-time 1-0 ahead, with the Premier League changing the award of the opening goal from Adams to a Fred own goal.

Pogba poked a Fernandes ball on to Greenwood, whose shot beat Alex McCarthy and found the back of the net in front of the raucous travelling support.

Armstrong sent over a smart cross and Tino Livramento lashed over for the hosts, before United levelled in the 55th minute.

Pogba poked a Fernandes ball on to Greenwood, whose shot beat Alex McCarthy and found the back of the net in front of the raucous travelling support.

Pogba then went close for United while De Gea made a stunning stop from Armstrong at the other end as the sides were forced to share the spoils.

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