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90' + 3'
P. van Aanholt
1 - 2
D. James
A. Martial
1 - 1
Yellow Card
M. Rashford
Penalty Miss
J. Ayew
J. Schlupp
0 - 1

Match Stats

71% 28%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 3 3
Total Passes 562 231
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The Eagles will be flying high after this result and aim to build on this momentum when they host Aston Villa at Selhurst Park next weekend. Meanwhile, United look to get back to winning ways away at Southampton.
Patrick van Aanholt was the hero as his stoppage-time strike secured Crystal Palace's first-ever victory over Manchester United in the Premier League. Daniel James appeared to have earned United a point when he equalised in the 89th minute - cancelling out Jordan Ayew's first-half effort - but the visitors had other ideas and gave Roy Hodgson his maiden win at Old Trafford in the English top flight.
90' + 4' What an ending to this game! United thought they had ensured a share of the spoils, only to see that snatched away from them in the blink of an eye. There are still 60 seconds on the clock for the hosts to respond once more...
P. van Aanholt
90' + 3' PALACE HAVE SURELY WON IT!!! They hit United on a quickfire counter-attack that sees the ball break kindly for the onrushing Van Aanholt, whose low drive is too hot for De Gea to handle. Maybe, they could be celebrating a first Premier League victory at Old Trafford after all!
90' + 1' The momentum is very much with United now. There are going to be five minutes of stoppage time at the end of this game. Can the hosts find a winner?
A. Martial
89' Martial fed the ball into the feet of James, who did the rest in style.
D. James
89' WHAT A GOAL!!! JAMES EQUALISES FOR UNITED! He may just have snatched a point for the hosts. Receiving the ball just inside the penalty area, James takes a touch before brilliantly bending the ball into the top corner - leaving Guaita with absolutely no chance.
87' United have three minutes to find an equaliser. Historically, this outcome may come as a surprise, though not necessarily when you look at the recent form book. Palace won each of their last three away games at the end of last season, while this would be United's fourth defeat in seven home matches.
Yellow Card
86' Guaita takes a little too long over a free-kick and the referee shows him a yellow card for time-wasting.
S. McTominay
85' United also make their final change with Juan Mata coming on for McTominay.
J. McCarthy
C. Kouyaté
83' A third and final change for Palace with Kouyate making way for James McCarthy.
82' Mr Tierney's initial decision is proved to be correct and play continues with a United corner.
82' WAS RASHFORD FOULED? He certainly thinks so and is livid as the referee waves away his appeals. VAR are currently reviewing the decision...
A. Townsend
J. Schlupp
80' Another change for Palace with Andros Townsend replacing Schlupp.
W. Zaha
Yellow Card
79' Zaha goes into the book for bringing down a speedy James.
78' It would be a momentous day for Palace if they can hold on for victory. It would also be a historic day for Roy Hodgson, who has never managed a winning side in eight previous visits to Old Trafford.
77' Palace deal with the free-kick and subsequent corner. They have been superb at the back so far today and are just 13 minutes away from collecting their first win of the season.
76' Rashford is brought down right on the edge of the area and United have another free-kick in a dangerous area...
C. Benteke
J. Ayew
75' A like-for-like swap for Palace as Ayew makes way to be replaced by Christian Benteke.
73' That is the second time in as many games that James has been booked for simulation. He was also yellow-carded for a similar offence against Wolves last week, and needs to avoid developing that kind of reputation going forward.
D. James
Yellow Card
71' James has his name taken as he is penalised for simulation after going down under a challenge from Milivojevic. Despite his protests, the referee shows the winger a yellow card.
M. Rashford
Penalty Miss
70' HE'S HIT THE POST! Rashford steps up and sends Guaita the wrong way, but his kick crashes against the upright and out to safety!
69' PENALTY FOR UNITED! McTominay bursts into the box, where he is tripped by Milivojevic, and the referee points straight to the spot.
68' The central midfielder is given the green light and is back in the thick of the action for his team.
67' Milivojevic is also in need of attention after he was caught by Pogba in the centre of the field. Once again, the Palace player should be given the all-clear to carry on.
65' The Palace full-back is given the thumbs-up and is back in the action. Like the rest of his team-mates, he must maintain his focus for these final 25 minutes.
64' There is a break in play as Van Aanholt receives attention after taking a knock. He makes his way to the touchline and should be fine to continue.
62' Old Trafford is beginning to sound a little restless as the home side search for the equaliser. Groans echo around the ground as Rashford misplaces an attempted pass that would have released James in behind.
60' United send men forward as Young stands over a free-kick on the near touchline. However, his delivery is too high and evades everybody in the penalty area. Palace can relax with a goal kick.
58' What kind of impact can Greenwood make on this game? Big things are expected of the youngster, who is already making his third appearance of the season.
M. Greenwood
J. Lingard
56' United make their first change of the match and young Mason Greenwood is introduced in place of Lingard.
56' NO PENALTY! United appeal after Martial appeared to be pulled to the ground by Kelly. However, the referee remains unmoved on this occasion.
54' Wan-Bissaka delivers a dangerous ball to the far post that is met by Young, who does not connect cleanly with his volley on goal.
52' United try to open the Palace defence, who stay firm and make another couple of good blocks to keep the hosts at bay.
50' He may not have equalised but James continues to get into good positions for United and that will offer plenty of encouragement to Solskjaer as this game goes on.
48' GOOD BLOCK! Once again, Van Aanholt comes to Palace's rescue to deny James. This time, the winger latches onto Young's deep cross, but the visitors' full-back is well-positioned to deflect the ball behind for a corner.
A. Wan-Bissaka
Yellow Card
46' Wan-Bissaka is handed United's first yellow card of the game for a foul on Schlupp.
46' Mr Tierney blows his whistle and Palace get the ball rolling once more!
So far so good as far as Palace are concerned but the visitors will be aware they are in for a tough 45 minutes during this second half. United are likely to emerge with Solskjaer's words of wisdom still ringing in their ears.
It may have come against the run of play, but Crystal Palace lead 1-0 at half-time thanks to Jordan Ayew's 32nd-minute goal. United, who lost Luke Shaw to injury, have gone close through Daniel James, Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba, but not been able to find the breakthrough yet.
45' + 3' We are into the third of five stoppage-time minutes at the end of this first half. Ayew's strike - and Palace's first at Old Trafford in the Premier League for nearly 15 years - separates the sides at the moment.
45' + 1' Zaha may feel he has something of a point to prove at Old Trafford. After arriving from Palace for £15 million in 2013, the winger made just four first-team appearances for the Red Devils. He eventually returned to Selhurst Park after just one year away.
44' At the other end, Zaha demonstrates fancy footwork to beat a couple of players before his cross is deflected and gathered by De Gea.
42' CLOSE! Pogba takes the free-kick on this occasion but his effort is just over the crossbar with Guaita struggling.
G. Cahill
Yellow Card
41' Cahill also has his name taken for bringing down Martial on the edge of the area. The former England defender is rather fortunate as he appeared to be the last man for the visitors.
40' The first yellow card is shown to the player who, prior to this weekend, had committed more fouls than any other player in the opening two Premier League games of this season with 10 already to his name.
L. Milivojević
Yellow Card
38' Milivojević is shown the first yellow card of the game for a foul just inside his own half.
37' Palace are almost in again as Zaha advances into the area following a neat exchange of passes around the United penalty area. In the end, De Gea is forced to deny the former Red at the near post.
35' Young tries to make an immediate impact after McArthur is caught in possession on the edge of his own penalty area. The United club captain lets fly with an effort that isn't too far wide of Guaita's post.
A. Young
L. Shaw
34' Despite his best efforts, Shaw is unable to continue in this game. Young replaces him.
J. Ayew
32' PALACE LEAD AT OLD TRAFFORD!!! JORDAN AYEW PUTS THEM IN FRONT! Route one does the trick for the visitors, who edge their noses in front against the run of play. Schlupp climbs to flick on Guaita's long kick downfield, allowing Ayew to run through unchallenged and calmly beat De Gea.
J. Schlupp
32' Schlupp did well to beat Lindelof in the air and subsequently put Ayew in the clear.
31' Well, the former Southampton full-back returns to the field for now. Like James, the hosts will be hoping it is something he can quickly run off.
30' It appears the same cannot be said for Shaw, who has walked towards the touchline to receive attention himself. Ashley Young is getting stripped off and ready for if called upon.
28' Pleasingly, the Wales international appears to be unscathed and is back on the field for the hosts.
27' A worrying sign for United as James is down and in need of treatment. The winger walks gingerly towards the touchline and will be desperate to play on if he can.
26' Rashford strikes it and tries to impart dip on his side-footed attempt. However, he cannot quite generate enough and the ball goes over the bar.
25' This is a chance for United. They are awarded a free-kick right on the edge of the penalty area after McTominay was upended. Rashford and Pogba are stood over the ball...
23' The game is still goalless as we pass the midway point in the first half. United continue to dominate possession but Palace's confidence will grow the longer the deadlock remains unbroken.
21' Meanwhile, Palace are looking to record their first league win at Old Trafford in 13 attempts. You have to go back to 1989 for the last time they tasted victory there.
19' Speaking of Martial, the Frenchman is aiming to become the fourth United player to score in their first three Premier League games of the season. The other former strikers to achieve the feat for the Red Devils are Dwight Yorke, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Wayne Rooney.
17' VITAL BLOCK! United press for the opener and Martial's initial deflected shot breaks kindly for James. He shoots first-time but van Aanholt is well-positioned to divert the ball away from danger.
15' Following the delay, Rashford lets fly from distance but his effort goes wide of the target and is not troubling Guaita.
14' There will be a slight delay before the free-kick is taken as Ward appears to have injured his hand. He is just receiving attention from the medical team.
12' United are awarded another free-kick near the area with Ward penalised on this occasion by referee Paul Tierney.
10' WHAT A TIME TO SLIP! Rashford beats the offside trap and is just about to pull the trigger, but loses his footing at the vital moment and Palace breathe a huge sigh of relief.
9' United are awarded a free-kick near the penalty area that Rashford floats towards the far post. The ball eventually breaks kindly for Shaw, but he can only fire his shot over the bar.
7' Ironically, it was against Palace in the League Cup that James made his first professional start for Swansea City last season. It is fair to say the Wales international has enjoyed quite a journey since, with the latest highlight in his rapid rise seeing him score on his United debut against Chelsea on the opening weekend.
5' James suddenly finds some space to burst into and latch onto Wan-Bissaka's through ball. However, his cross is headed away by the Palace defence.
3' United have quickly settled into their rhythm and enjoyed pretty much all of the possession inside these early stages. Palace have held their shape well so far and they will have to be patient and switched on at all times today.
1' The referee blows his whistle and United get the match underway!
The players are making their way out onto the field. Kick-off is just moments away...
United are looking to get back to winning ways and maintain their unbeaten start to the season. As for Palace, they are still searching for their first goal of the new campaign, but it is worth noting that it is nearly 15 years since they last scored at Old Trafford in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Roy Hodgson makes four changes to the Crystal Palace side that were beaten by Sheffield United last Sunday. There is a debut for new signing Gary Cahill in the heart of defence, while Jordan Ayew is recalled up front and there are first starts of the season for Cheikhou Kouyate and Jeffrey Schlupp. Wilfried Zaha keeps his place against his former club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer names an unchanged Manchester United side from last week’s 1-1 draw at Wolves. That means a first appearance against his former club for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who left Palace for £50 million in the close season. Fellow new arrival Daniel James makes his first start at Old Trafford, while David de Gea wears the captain’s armband once more.
SUBS: Wayne Hennessey, Scott Dann, James McCarthy, Max Meyer, Andros Townsend, Christian Benteke, Connor Wickham.
CRYSTAL PALACE (4-3-3): Vicente Guaita; Joel Ward, Gary Cahill, Martin Kelly, Patrick van Aanholt; James McArthur, Luka Milivojevic (captain), Cheikhou Kouyate; Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Ayew, Jeffrey Schlupp.
SUBS: Sergio Romero, Axel Tuanzebe, Ashley Young, Nemanja Matic, Juan Mata, Andreas Pereira, Mason Greenwood.
MANCHESTER UNITED (4-2-3-1): David de Gea (captain); Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw; Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay; Daniel James, Jesse Lingard, Marcus Rashford; Anthony Martial.
United are aiming to maintain their unbeaten record against Palace in the Premier League, having won 16 and drawn four of the 20 previous meetings between the sides.
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