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Watch Everton vs Manchester united live match

Watch Everton vs Manchester united live match

Everton vs Manchester United

Solskjaer has made a host of changes from the team that started against Leeds. Dean Henderson returns to the line-up after David de Gea was restored to the first team on Sunday, while Donny van de Beek also starts. Watch Everton vs Manchester united live streaming match and goal highlights here.

United XI: Henderson; Tuanzebe, Bailly, Maguire, Telles; Matic, Pogba, Van de Beek, Fernandes; Greenwood, Cavani.

Subs: Grant, Fosu-Mensah, Shaw, Fred, Martial, Rashford, Lingard

1* – We’re under way here at Goodison Park.

6* – Andy Madley waits before resuming play because Yerry Mina for Everton FC is still down.

8* – Manchester United FC have been awarded a corner by Andy Madley.

17* – Edinson Cavani gets his shot on target but fails to score for Manchester United FC.

20* – Everton FC awarded a free kick in their own half.

22* – Ball goes out of play for a Manchester United FC goal kick.

25* – Mason Greenwood (Manchester United FC) wins the ball in the air but heads wide.

31* – Andy Madley signals a free kick to Manchester United FC in their own half.

37* – Everton FC’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin gets in a shot on goal at Goodison Park. But the effort is unsuccessful.

39* – Everton FC to take a throw-in in Manchester United FC territories

41* – Bruno Fernandes for Manchester United FC drives towards goal at Goodison Park. But the finish is unsuccessful.

47* – Manchester United FC awarded a throw-in in their own half.

50* – Manchester United FC awarded a throw-in in their own half.

58* – Paul Pogba for Manchester United FC has been booked by Andy Madley and receives a first yellow card.

62* – Manchester United FC are pushing forward but Bruno Fernandes’s finish is wide of the goal.

67* – Manchester United FC make their second substitution with Marcus Rashford replacing Mason Greenwood.

72* – Andy Madley blows against Manchester United FC’s Marcus Rashford for offside.

82* – Ball safe as Manchester United FC is awarded a throw-in in their half.

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