The Toffees took the lead thanks to a first half goal from Phil Jagielka, but Jose Mourinho’s men ended up rescuing a point late in the game, thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s spotkick.
Here’s how the Red Devils fared throughout the game:
DAVID DE GEA – 5
Made a few routine saves, but conceded poorly from close range.
ASHLEY YOUNG – 6
Defended well, but could’ve done better on the offense. Picked up a yellow, and was subbed off due to injury.
ERIC BAILLY – 7
Had a great game at the back. Made some crucial tackles, and managed to keep Romelu Lukaku quiet.
MARCOS ROJO – 5
Should have dealt with Jagielka, but his failure to do so led to United conceding first.
DALEY BLIND – 5
Didn’t offer anything special, apart from a terrific free-kick.
MICHAEL CARRICK – 6
Distributed the ball well.
ANDER HERRERA – 7
Was energetic in midfield, and did his job perfectly when he was shifted in defence.
MAROUANE FELLAINI – 5
Had a few chances to score, but couldn’t convert.
JESSE LINGARD – 6
Closed down his opponents aggressively, moved well, but couldn’t find the back of the net with a few long distance attempts.
MARCUS RASHFORD – 6
Troubled the Everton defence with his pace, but failed to find the end product.
ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC – 7
Found the back of the net with a header, but it was ruled out as offside. Salvaged a point in injury time by calmly converting his spotkick.
PAUL POGBA – 6
Made an impact from the bench. Unlucky to hit the woodwork with his headed effort.
HENRIKH MKHITARYAN – 6
Replaced Carrick in the second half, and put in a decent shift.
LUKE SHAW – 6
Made his mark on the game from the left wing. His shot won United the late penalty.