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MANCHESTER UNITED 1-1 EVERTON: TALISMAN ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC SAVES HIS SIDE AGAIN WITH LAST MINUTE GOA


Manchester United experienced another dull-day of draw, this is one of the reason why Zlatan Ibrahimovic feels he may be wasting his time at Old Trafford.

It just had to be him who dragged Jose Mourinho's side back from the brink of defeat by Everton on his return from a three-match ban. Ibrahimovic converted a penalty in the last minute of injury time after Ashley Williams was sent off for deliberately handballing Luke Shaw's shot.

It was Zlatan Ibrahimovic's 27th goal in all competitions in a season that has seen him emerge as United's saviour. But the night had begun with his warning that the club must get their act together if he is to stay and ended with more evidence to support his argument.

Everton Jagielka flicked the ball past Marcos Rojo and through the legs of David de Gea to open the scoring at Old Trafford

Mourinho brought on the most expensive football signing Paul Pogba at half-time as Manchester United went in search of an equaliser

Marcus Rashford watched as his shot is saved by Robles before the offside flag is raised by the assistant referee

Ashley Williams pictured as he tries to hide his face in embarrassment after conceding a last-minute penalty during the Old Trafford clash

When Ibrahimovic spoke before the match about not wanting to 'waste time' at this stage of his decorated career, this is what he meant. United are a long way short of the finished article.

The late penalty may have extended his unbeaten run in the league to 20 games, but his hopes of a top-four finish are slowly disappearing .

Manchester United is now nine Premier League draws at Old Trafford this season. They have dropped 21 points at home. Even if boss Mourinho wins his last three home Premier League games — which include a match with Chelsea — he can only equal United's home record during David Moyes' season in charge. Louis van Gaal is some game ahead.

The late penalty may have extended his unbeaten run in the league to 20 games, but his hopes of a top-four finish are slowly disappearing .

Manchester United midfielder Pogba chatting with his friend Everton striker Lukaku after the match.

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My opinion: Manchester United will have to unshackle themselves from the draw box they're chained to, it's either they are beaten or they win their next gain before they can wake up to reality

Man-United players mentality is so boxed in drawing games and not taking risks and chances.

The best thing for Zlatan is to stop saving them at the last minute then the rest of his teammates will wake up from deep-sleep and smell the coffee.

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