Man United end winning streak in Wout Weghorst's debut
LONDON -- Manchester United's winning run came to a halt against Crystal Palace on Wednesday as Michael Olise's stunning injury time freekick saw the game finish 1-1 at Selhurst Park.
It looked for all the world that Bruno Fernandes' first-half goal was going to make it 10 wins on the bounce for Erik ten Hag's United, but Olise's incredible long-range effort in the 91st minute saw the game finish on equal footing.
The point will give a huge boost to Palace, but Olise's wonder goal will be a huge blow for United as they sought to keep up the pressure on Arsenal at the top of the table ahead of their meeting on Sunday at the Emirates. Even more, United have to make that trip without midfielder Casemiro, who earned the final yellow card before suspension on Wednesday.
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1. Man United let Palace back into the match and pay dearly
This was the perfect evening for Ten Hag -- until the 80th minute. In two key moments, the balance of the title race shifted again further to the red side of north London ahead of Sunday's match at the Emirates. First, Casemiro picked up a booking for a rash challenge on Wilfried Zaha, which was his fifth of the season and ruled out of the Arsenal match.
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