Former Chelsea star Patrick van Aanholt’s nets stoppage- time winner as Crystal Palace condemned Manchester United to a 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon Premier
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to keep faith in the same lineup that drew 1-1 with Wolves on Monday night – the first time a United manager has named an unchanged lineup since December 2017.Jordan Ayew had scored the opener in the first half against the run of play, latching on to Jeffrey Schlupp’s flick-on and coolly converting Palace’s first goal of the campaign but Manchester United thought they should
have had a penalty when Anthony Martial was tugged down by Martin Kelly inside the box. Referee Paul Tierney waved away
their claims and VAR, after a quick check, deemed it was not a clear and obvious error.However, Marcus Rashford could have equalised from the penalty spot after Scott McTominay was brought down but hit the post with his effort.
Daniel James thought he had rescued a point for United when he curled in a delightful equaliser in the 89th minute following neat build-up from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.Full-
back Van Aanholt netted in the 93rd minute, smashing in as the ball broke loose following Wilfried Zaha’s burst forward to take all three points after Crystal Palace stunned Manchester United to record their first victory at Old Trafford since 1989.
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