Full Time – Man United 1-1 Southampton
Game over at Old Trafford, the spoils are shared. Red Devils drop points for the second time this week.
No goal for Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo has the ball in the net but after a VAR check it’s ruled out for offside. Southampton have had some brilliant chances since half-time. They just need to take one of them!
Equaliser! Man United 1-1 Southampton
Game on! It’s a lovely finish from Che Adams, side footing coolly across De Gea and in off the far post.
The second half is under way. One change for Southampton: Bednarek off, Stephens on. More of the same entertainment this half, please!
Half-time – Man United 1-0 Southampton
Sancho opener gives Red Devils control
Paul Pogba thinks he’s got a second for Manchester United – but the flag is up!
His effort will be ruled offside, and that will be the last major act of this first half.
Jadon Sancho’s goal is the only one to stand – but it has put the Red Devils on top against Southampton.
Gooooooaaaaal – Man United 1-0 Southampton
Bruno Fernandes plays a great ball through to Marcus Rashford and he crosses for Sancho to slot home. Brilliantly simple from United. That is Jadon Sancho’s first Premier League goal for United at Old Trafford.
And we are off! Red Devils vs Saints…refresh for latest updates.
We are Live at Old Trafford as he Red Devils battle the Saints in what could be an exciting encounter. Southampton could still be reeling from conceding 9 goals the last time they were here.
United slipped to sixth after their 1-1 draw at Burnley in midweek as West Ham and Arsenal took advantage to move above them.
Another wasteful display and familiar failings in the Burnley draw underlined the scale of the task awaiting the next United manager. For now though, getting results is the demand for Rangnick.
That will not be easy against a Southampton side fresh from a stunning 3-2 win at Tottenham and up to 10th following their good run under Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Cristiano Ronaldo is back in the starting line-up for Man Utd… but he’s not scored for five games.
The last time he went longer without finding the net in club football was back in 2010. Watch out, Southampton!