Man Utd 2-2 Fulham Highlights
Darren Bent scored an injury-time equaliser for Fulham in a remarkable draw with Manchester United.
The Cottagers led when Lewis Holtby’s ball over the top was steered home by the stretching Steve Sidwell.
Fulham defended solidly but United scored twice in 80 seconds through Robin van Persie from close range and Michael Carrick with a deflected shot.
But Bent rescued a point with a header after David De Gea had only parried Kieran Richardson’s effort.
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0-1 Sidwell 19′ | Mobile users click here
1-1 Van Persie 78′ | Mobile users click here
2-1 Carrick 80′ | Mobile users click here
2-2 Bent 90’+4′ | Mobile users click here
Manchester United have won their last 11 league and cup games against Fulham at Old Trafford, scoring 30 goals.
Fulham have avoided defeat at United only once in 51 years – a 3-1 Premier League victory in October 2003, when Lee Clark, Steed Malbranque and Junichi Inamoto scored for the visitors.
United have kept five clean sheets in their last six home league games against Fulham.
Manchester United are 19 points, seven wins, six places and 20 goals worse off than at the same stage of last season. It’s their lowest points tally after 24 matches since the 1990-91 season, when they also had 40 points – and lost their next three matches.
They have lost four Premier League home matches this season – the most since suffering six defeats at Old Trafford in 2001-02.
David Moyes’ side have only dropped four points from winning positions, the best record in the division.
Robin van Persie has scored six goals in his last seven league appearances.
Wayne Rooney has scored in five of United’s last six games against Fulham in all competitions. In total, he has 10 Premier League goals against Fulham for United.
Fulham have lost 13 of their last 16 league games, including the last four.
Their last three Premier League games have been goalless at half-time but they have lost all three, conceding a total of seven goals without reply.
Under Rene Meulensteen, Fulham have conceded 29 goals in 11 games, five more than they did in 13 games under Martin Jol this season.
They have gone 20 Premier League games without a draw, the second longest such run in the Premier League behind Bolton’s 28-game streak between March and December 2011.
Meulensteen spent 12 years as a coach at Manchester United between 2001 and 2013, apart from a six-month spell as manager at Brondby in 2006-07.