Man United vs Aston Villa: Red Devils held 2-2 by Villa

Man United vs Aston Villa: Red Devils held 2-2 by Villa

- Man United vs Aston Villa ended 2-2 at Old Trafford in entertaining Premier League game

- Grealish and Mings scored for Vila but Heaton's own goal and Lindelof's header brought United back into the game twice

- United slipped to ninth on the log as Villa are three points above the relegation zone

Man United vs Aston Villa finished 2-2 at Old Trafford as the Red Devils record consecutive draws against newly-promoted sides.

Jack Grealish scored a stunner for Villa but Tom Heaton's own goal leveled it for United. Victor Lindelof put United back in front but Tyronne Mings responded to earn a point for Villa.

The away side took the lead in spectacular fashion as the Grealish scored a brilliant individual effort that left David De Gea helpless in goal to stun the crowd at Old Trafford, 1-0 to Villa.

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Trezegeut thought he had put his side 2-0 up after he was on hand to tap-in from close range but the referee's assistant raised his flag for offside.

Three minutes before half time, Rashford got the equalizing goal for United as short corner was whipped in by Andreas Pereira for the Englishman to head home and make it 1-1. But the goal was counted as a Heaton's own goal.

United came out stronger in the second half as Anthony Martial and Aaron Wan Bissaka brilliant forced saves from Heaton.

But their persistence paid off in the 64th minute as Lindelof took advantage of a misjudged header by an Aston Villa defender to nod the ball home. 2-1 to United.

But almost immediately the Villans responded as Mings took advantage of a sloppy defending from United to drill in an assist from Matt Targett to make it 2-2.

Both teams shared the points but the Reds Devils were the more disappointing after recording back-to-back draws.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Arturo Vidal could be making his way to the Premier League to join English giants Manchester United.

It is understood the Chilean midfielder is frustrated at Barcelona and claimed earlier in the season he would retrace his steps in December.

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