Newcastle has held Manchester United as they settled for a goalless draw at Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.
The first half started with Manchester United dominating the game and creating some early chances.
The first chance for the Red Devils came in the 3rd minute, but he fired wide off the post.
The Red Devils still dominated possession and overwhelmed the visitors’ midfield, but they did not have anything to show for it.
Cristiano Ronaldo saw Pope block his lob, looping toward the goal before being cleared by the Newcastle defender
The effort was notwithstanding ruled as an offside as the score remains 0-0.
Newcastle came for a goal in the 27th minute when Joelington was brought down close to the Man United box.
Trippier took the freekick, which hit the wall, and rebounded. It was fired back into the Man United box.
Joelington’s header hits the bar, while the rebound hits the post. The score still stood at 0-0 as the game neared the end of the first half.
Manchester had a slew of chances toward the end of the first half but could not convert as the first finally ended in a barren draw.
Manchester United looked more vigorous and threatening as they charged forward in the second half.
Just 4 minutes, Manchester United scored a disallowed goal.
Schaf’s freekick back to Pope was left untouched, and Cristiano Ronaldo poked the ball home.
He was yellow-carded by the referee, who maintained that the ball was not live.
A penalty appeal in the 54th minute after Trippier brought down Jadon Sancho in the box was not given after VAR check.
The game continued with both sides unable to find the back of the net after one hour of an intense match.
The game finally ended in a 0-0 draw as both sides could not find the back of the net after the final whistle.