Manchester United 2-1 Everton as is happened: Martial leads from the front as the Reds claim a massive three points
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Manchester United 2-1 Everton as is happened: Martial leads from the front as the Reds claim a massive three points

Follow live Manchester United vs Everton in the English Premier League 2018/19. Kick off from Manchester, England is set for 4PM in the late Sunday kick-off in the Premier League. Keep following live for live scores, commentary stream ahead of the football at Old Trafford for Manchester United vs Everton.

Brandon Sayer
That though brings an end to today's live commentary of Manchester United against Everton. I have been Brandon Sayer taking you through the game. I hope you have enjoyed our coverage but until next time, have a good night.
Martial scored a great goal in the second half to add to Pogba's goal in the first half for United. Sigurdsson got one back for Everton from the penalty spot but United saw the same through just about.
Well that was closer than it should have been but in the end United saw the game through for a very important three points.
90+7' - The referee blows his whistle to end the game. Manchester United 2-1 Everton.
90+5' - Manchester United substitution: Fred is replaced by Jesse Lingard.
90+4' - Martial was put through on goal by Fred but this time the French winger is stopped form scoring by Pickford.
90' - The referee has decided to add on six minutes at the end of the second half.
85' - Manchester United substitution: Mata is replaced by Ander Herrera.
82' - Lukaku should score! Pogba played a great cross into the box which found Lukaku unmarked but the strikers header went wide when he should have been hitting the target,
78' - Double Everton substitution: Gueye and Walcott are replaced by Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun.
Goal Everton - Sigurdsson
77' - Goal for Everton! Sigurdsson slots home from the spot to get Everton back in the game. 
76' - Penalty to Everton as Smalling fouls Richalrison in the box.
72' - Coleman should do better! The right back was played through on goal but his shot was poor as it went over the crossbar.
65' - Manchester United substitution: Rashford is replaced by Romelu Lukaku.
62' - Everton substitution: Bernard is replaced by Ademola Lookman.
57' - What a save from Pickford! Mata plays a delightful ball to Pogba who hit a great effort towards goal which Pickford done well to stop with a strong left hand.
54' - Rashford through on goal after a great pass from Mata sees his shot well-saved by Pickford's with his legs.
51' - What a miss from Bernard! Richarlison played the Brazillian through on and goal and after rounding De Gea, Bernard somehow put his shot wide. What a let off for United.
Goal United - Martial
49' - Goal for United! Martial doubles the hosts lead. This is a brilliant goal as Pogba laid the ball off to Martial who curled the ball into the back of the net from the edge of the box giving Pickford no chance.
47' - Richarlison forces De Gea into a very good save from the edge of the box. A sign of intent from the visitors already.
46' - The referee blows his whistle to begin the second half. Game on!
Pogba has given United the lead at half-time after he scored from the rebound after seeing Pickford save his spot kick. Martial has been the biggest outlet for United but Everton will feel their is something for them in this game.  What will happen in the second half? Stay tuned as we bring it to you live in a few minutes time!
45+2' - The referee blows his whistle for half-time. Manchester United 1-0 Everton.
45' - The referee has decided to add on two minutes at the end of the first half.
39' - Matic receives a yellow card for deliberate pull of the shirt of Sigurdsson.
35' - Fred this time has a go for United this time from a long way out but the ball flies wide of the goal.
30' - Goal no! United have the ball in the net again as Rashford put the ball in the net after Pickford made a brilliant save to deny Pogba. The offside call was spot on.
Goal United - Pogba
27' - Goal for United! Pogba opens the scoring for United. The midfielder saw his penalty saved by Pickford but then stroked the ball home into the net on the rebound.
26' - Penalty to United as Gueye fouls Martial in the box.
23' - Martial forces Pickford into a decent save with a thunderous shot from outside the box.
22' - Gueye receives a yellow card for a deliberate block on Fred.
20' - Smalling receives the first yellow card of the game for a foul on Richarlison.
19' - Mata has United's first chance on goal as his header was well-saved by Pickford from a great cross from Martial.
14' - Andre Gomes has the first effort on goal in the game as his header was easily saved by De Gea from a Digne corner kick.
7' - It's been a very lively start to the game from both sides which is setting it up for an entertaining game.
Kick-off at Old Trafford
1' - Referee John Moss blows his whistle to begin the game. Game on!
Manchester United: Romero, Rojo, Herrera, Sanzhez, Lukaku, Darmian, Lingard.

Everton: Stekelenburg, Baines, Mina, Tosun, Davies, Calvert-Lewin, Lookman.

Starting Lineups
Manchester United: De Gea, Young, Shaw, Smalling, Lindelof, Matic, Pogba, Fred, Mata, Martial, Rashford.


Everton: Pickford; Coleman, Zouma, Keane, Digne; Andre Gomes, Gueye; Walcott, Sigurdsson, Bernard; Richarlison.

The stats aren't good for United, either. At this stage last season, they had kept seven cleansheets in nine Premier League games. This time out, they've kept just one. Everton, meanwhile, have scored more headed goals than any other team and have registered 17 or more shots in all of their last three games in the league, having only managed that once in the whole of last season.
Everton haven't beaten United in the last seven meetings in all competitions. That last victory was a 3-0 home win in 2015. And even worse, they've only won two of their 26 Premier League trips to Old Trafford.
Records are there to be broken, of course, but they're not in Everton's favour going in this fixture. However, many opponents have come to Old Trafford since Sir Alex Ferguson retired and achieved results that their predecessors never could. Think Norwich, Newcastle, Stoke, Southampton and many more.
Everton, meanwhile, are looking injury-free. Yerry Mina could make his debut for the Toffees in defence. He was heavily linked with United in the summer, but nothing came of that.
Marouane Fellaini and Alexis Sanchez are both still not an option for Mourinho, who bemoaned the fact that the pair are unavailable after United's loss to Juventus in midweek.
Jose Mourinho could be set to welcome back Jesse Lingard and Scott McTominay to the United side. Both have been out of action recently. Lingard has been having trouble with an injury since the World Cup and he's been massively missed by United.
Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson have been scoring a few but it was Cenk Tosun and Dominic Calvert-Lewin who netted in Everton’s recent 2-0 win against Crystal Palace.
For Everton, Marco Silva is seeking his fourth consecutive victory for the Blues. They had a rough start to life under Silva with only one win in the first six league matches but have settled now and are looking good.
Tuesday night saw United beaten 1-0 by Juventus, arguably Europe’s best team. United never really looked like scoring.
A win for Mourinho is a must. United haven’t won at home in all competitions since their unconvincing opening day 2-1 victory against Leicester City. They’ve only won one of their last seven fixtures.
What isn’t laughable for United fans is that the last two seasons have been constantly spattered with moments that have shown United to be a great side. There was an intense 10 minutes against Chelsea where Anthony Martial scored twice and United looked unstoppable. But these moments are clouded by periods of stupidity, lapses of concentration and displays of an obvious lack of quality.
Jose Mourinho’s men have been woeful this season. A comeback victory against Newcastle United and a good second half in a draw at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea have helped to ease the pressure. But Man United remain a dull side to watch who lack ruthlessness, creativity and impetus. They are fine, but so far off the top teams that it’s laughable.
With kick-off set for 4PM on Sunday, this game comes at the end of another big weekend in the Premier League. Both sides will want to get some points to move back up the table after falling down due to their competitors’ earlier games. For Man United, that desire is a pressing matter. The Reds came into this fixture sitting in lowly 10th.
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