Bruno Fernandes saves United again
Calvert-Lewin opened the scoreline in the 3rd minute after a huge mistake from De Gea. The United goalkeeper tried to clear the ball but it deflected in Calvert-Lewin's foot and it went right into the net.
In the 31st minute Fernandes equalized after a shoot from distance. Pickford should have saved the ball, but it went right past him.
In the second half Everton had a chance to score their second goal of the match as Gylfi Sigurdsson shoot from a free- kick, but he was unfortunate and hit the post.
United clean sheets has come to an end after that gifted goal from De Gea.
However, United tried everything to equalize the scoreline and finally their efforts were rewarded after a great shot from distance from Bruno Fernandes.
The Portuguese blasted the ball right past Pickford who could have saved it. That was his third goal in three consecutive games for the Red Devils.
After the break Everton came back more determined and they had dominated the game as they pressured United.
That pressure almost led to scoring the winning goal of the match, but it was disallowed by VAR because Sigurdsson was offside. There were some lingering doubts that the goal shouldn't have been disallowed as Gylfi did not affect the vision of David de Gea, but still the goal was not counted.
Carlo Ancelotti was clearly frustrated with the result and VAR decision at the end of the match: "I have a lot to say. After the game I went to speak with the referee and ask him about the disallowed goal, but I was sent off."
After the game Ole Gunnar Solskjaer comments: "We shouldn't be 1-0 down like that. At the first half we were excellent and I think that we should have lead at half time."
After that draw Man United are just three points behind Chelsea as they remain at the fifth position of the PL table.