Man Utd forward Greenwood aggrieved by Saints goal in St Mary’s draw

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Southampton
1-1
Manchester
United:
Greenwood
salvages
record-equalling
draw
for
Red
Devils

Saints
took
the
lead
with
what
went
down
as
a
Fred
own
goal
after
Che
Adams’ shot
deflected
off
the
midfielder
before
flashing
into
the
corner
of
the
net
on
the
half-hour
mark.

Greenwood
equalised
with
his
second
Premier
League
goal
in
many
games,
but
the
Red
Devils
were
unable
to
fashion
a
winner.

Bruno
Fernandes
was
furious
he
was
not
awarded
a
free-kick
for
a
challenge
from
Jack
Stephens
prior
to
Saints’
opening
goal,
but
referee
Craig
Pawson
and
the
VAR
saw
nothing
untoward.

Greenwood
felt
United
had
been
hard
done
by.

The
forward
told
BBC’s
Match
of
the
Day:
“I
think
it’s
come
through
the
back
of
him.
I
thought
it
was
a
foul
but
it’s
the
referee’s
decision
at
the
end
of
the
day
and
we
can’t
dwell
on
it.

“I
understand
they’re
going
to
let
more
challenges
go
so
the
game
keeps
flowing
which
is
a
good
idea,
but
if
there’s
a
foul
there’s
a
foul.”

Greenwood’s
goal
took
his
tally
to
19
in
the
Premier
League,
a
haul
that
only
Michael
Owen
(40),
Robbie
Fowler
(35)
and
Wayne
Rooney
(30)
have
bettered
as
a
teenager.

A
point
extended
United’s
run
to
27
away
games
without
defeat
in
the
top
flight,
matching
a
record
set
by
Arsenal
between
April
2003
and
September
2004.

Greenwood
thinks
Ole
Gunnar
Solskjaer’s
side
should
have
secured
all
three
points.

The
19-year-old
said:
“There’s
a
little
bit
of
disappointment.
I
think
we
should
have
got
all
three
points
with
a
late
goal.
Southampton
did
well.

“They
defended
well
but
I
think
we
should
have
went
for
it
after
the
equaliser
but
unfortunately
we
didn’t.”

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