Manchester United came from two goals down to beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 in the Premier League, MySportDab reports.
Forest had the first half cruising with two early goals which they failed to capitalized on going forward in the game.
The Old Trafford club did enough as the Forest were poor and eventually cost themselves the game after receiving a red card.
Old Trafford experienced a pulsating first half encounter between both teams who had a lot going on the pitch all through the 45 minutes.
Manchester United were stunned very early with a fumble which saw Taiwo Awoniyi capitalizing from half way down the pitch beating Onana to make it 0-1 in the 2nd minutes.
Nottingham Forest added another goal in the 4th minutes of the encounter which a sublime finish from Willy Boly who was able to make the scoreline 0-2.
The game progressed with the home side fighting to make a comeback which they had to wait until Christian Eriksen goal in the 17th minutes to make it 1-2.
There wasn’t so much to play in the remaining minutes of the first half as Manchester United had to go for the break 1-2 behind Nottingham Forest.
The second half was crucial for both teams who had a lot of time to make sure they get their heads right and make something at the end.
Nottingham Forest did so much defending and barely created enough for themselves when it came to attacking and moving in the encounter.
Manchester United leveled things 2-2 in the 52nd minute after a goal which saw scored by Casemiro with the assist coming from Bruno Fernandes.
A red card for Joe Worrall in the 67th minute saw Bruno Fernandes with a goal from the penalty spot to give his side the lead of 3-2 in the 76th minute.
Manchester United sealed the victory 3-2 against Nottingham Forest after ensuring they completed a comeback from two goals down after 90 minutes.
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