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Injury time madness keeps Man United and Brentford level


Manchester United and Brentford shared the spoils in a dramatic late finish at Brentford's home ground, leaving Erik ten Hag and his team with just a point in a match that saw action-packed final minutes. In a game where United was completely outplayed, they unexpectedly took the lead in injury time, only for Brentford to equalize in the 99th minute, making it a 1-1 draw. The clashes between The Bees and the Red Devils have often been spectacular in recent seasons, with the previous encounters producing memorable moments. This match was no exception, as Manchester United looked to improve on their past performances against a resilient Brentford side that has shown they can surprise the giants of the Premier League.

Wobbly season

Despite United's miraculous comeback win against Liverpool in the FA Cup and entering the international break on a high, Ten Hag's decision to field the same lineup was met with Brentford's dominance in the first half. The home team created numerous chances, hitting the woodwork twice through Ivan Toney and Mathias “Zanka” Jørgensen, but failed to capitalize on their superiority. Manchester United showed signs of life at the beginning of the second half with Rasmus Højlund coming close, only to be denied by Brentford's goalkeeper Mark Flekken in a standout save. However, Brentford continued to press, and despite having a goal disallowed for offside, they never stopped attacking.

Injury time madness

The match seemed to tilt in United's favor when Mason Mount, returning from injury, scored late in the game, potentially securing an undeserved win for the visitors. The twist in the tale came deep into added time when Kristoffer Ajer finally breached United's defense, scoring the equalizer for Brentford and ensuring the points were shared. The draw leaves Manchester United in the 6th spot in the Premier League standings, now 11 points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa, with Champions League qualification looking increasingly difficult. Brentford, on the other hand, remains 15th, continuing to fight for every point in their bid to stay clear of the relegation zone. This match will be remembered for its dramatic conclusion and serves as a reminder of the unpredictability and excitement that the Premier League offers. For Manchester United, the quest for consistency continues, while Brentford can take heart from a spirited performance against one of England's most storied clubs.

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