Manchester United 3-1 Everton: Antony & Rashford on target as Red Devils reach FA Cup 4th Round, Coady scores at both ends of the pitch

Manchester United progressed into the fourth round of the English FA Cup, following a 3-1 win over Everton in their third-round clash, which went down at Old Trafford on Friday night.

The goals came quickly through Brazilian attacker Antony who converted Marcus Rashford’s cross home in the fourth minute, before Conor Coady responded for the visitors by capitalizing on goalkeeper David de Gea’s error to level matters.

Everton were dealt an early blow in the second period when midfielder Alex Iwobi suffered an ankle injury and had to be stretchered off, after a nasty challenge by Tyrell Malacia. Shortly after, the Red Devils were ahead as Conor Coady turned Marcus Rashford’s cross into his own net.

Marcus Rashford scored a late penalty for the Red Devils, after Alejandro Garnacho was fouled in the area. The victory sees Erik ten Hag’s side power into the fourth round of the FA Cup.

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FULL-TIME AT OLD TRAFFORD: Manchester United 3-1 Everton

90’+ MIN: Marcus Rashford sends Jordan Pickford the wrong way from twelve yards to seal the tie.

GOOOAAALLL!!! Manchester United 3-1 Everton (M. Rashford)

Substitute Alejandro Garnacho wins a spot-kick for the home side.

PENALTY!!! To Manchester United

52′ MIN: Conor Coady goes from hero to villain. The Toffees defender turns in Marcus Rashford’s cross into his own net.

GOOOAAALLL!!! Manchester United 2-1 Everton (C. Coady – Own Goal)

SECOND HALF UNDERWAY AT OLD TRAFFORD: Manchester United 1-1 Everton

HALF-TIME AT OLD TRAFFORD: Manchester United 1-1 Everton

14′ MIN: Conor Coady takes advantage of a David de Gea howler to level proceedings for the visitors.

GOOOAAALLL!!! Manchester United 1-1 Everton (C. Coady)

4′ MIN: Antony gives Man United the perfect start sliding in to meet Marcus Rashford’s low cross.

GOOOAAALLL!!! Manchester United 1-0 Everton (Antony)

KICK-OFF AT OLD TRAFFORD: Manchester United 0-0 Everton

The Toffees also have a decent XI, with gaffer Frank Lampard having selected Alex Iwobi, Neal Maupay, Demarai Gray, Andre Onana and Idris Gana Gueye.

Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag has fielded a strong line-up which includes Bruno Fernandes, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Christian Eriksen and Casemiro.

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