MUN vs SOU
Hasenhüttl hints at changes
Boss may opt to introduce fresh legs against Brighton.
Video: Hasenhüttl hails Saints' spirit
Boss reflects on dramatic draw at Old Trafford.
Highlights: Man Utd 2-2 Saints
Courageous Saints earn a valuable point at Old Trafford.
90 in 90: Man Utd 2-2 Saints
Courageous Saints earn a point on the road at Old Trafford.
Gallery: Man United 2-2 Saints
The best of the images from Old Trafford.
Obafemi: I'm here to score goals
Striker delighted with late equaliser.
Hasenhüttl: We stayed brave
Manager delighted with another away point following courageous Saints display.
Obafemi strikes last-gasp leveller
Saints rescue deserved point at Old Trafford.
Hasenhüttl: Let's see how far we've come
Boss relishing challenge posed by in-form United.
Match Pack: Man United vs Saints
The lowdown as Saints head to Old Trafford.
Tactical Watch: Cooling red-hot United
Sam Tighe on how Saints can trouble the Champions League chasers.
Gallery: Fine tuning for Man United
The best of training from Staplewood Campus.
Video: Hasenhüttl relishing United test
Boss keen to gauge Saints' progress at Old Trafford.
Hasenhüttl praises "more dimensional" Saints
Manager hails improvement with the ball ahead of United trip.
Press Conference (part two): Hasenhüttl pre-Man United
The manager's pre-match thoughts.
Press Conference (part one): Hasenhüttl assesses Man United test
The manager's pre-match press address.
Saints trio remain sidelined
Injured Djenepo, Boufal and Valery could miss 2019/20 finale.
First three July fixtures confirmed
Details have been confirmed for meetings with Man City, Everton and Man Utd.
MUN vs SOU As It Happened
Key moments so far
- Michael Obafemi rescues a point late on
- Martial claims the lead as United score quick-fire double
- Marcus Rashford draws his side level
- Stuart Armstrong opens the scoring at Old Trafford
FULL-TIME: United 2-2 Saints
It finishes all square at Old Trafford. Michael Obafemi rescues a point for Ralph Hasenhüttl's side at the death, meeting Jan Bednarek's flick-on and bundling the ball over the line.
STOPPAGE TIME EQUALISER!
It's no less than Saints deserve, as Obafemi turns home at the back post from a Ward-Prowse corner. Bednarek flicked the ball on and the substitute was alive to it, smashing into the net from close range.
Michael Obafemi (+6’) | 2 – 2
Clash of heads
Brandon Williams heads the back of Kyle Walker-Peters and has a gash on his forehead. The Saints full-back is also still down.
Redmond forces superb save
The winger steps over the ball and forces his way into the box, cutting inside Matić. He fires at de Gea but the United stopper is equal to it. The Spaniard is at full stretch, but gets fingertips to it.
Saints searching for an equaliser here, keeping the ball smartly, trying to work an opening. Redmond's pass is eventually loose and cut out by Lindelõf.
Long heads at de Gea
It was a rare sight of goal for the frontman, who came on for Adams ten minutes ago. The cross didn't have too much pace on it, so was hard to direct goalward.
Saints pressing and probing. Walker-Peters starting to find some joy down the right, in the absence of Shaw, who was forced off. But Martial is determined to give United a bigger margin, as he picks the ball off Stephens but the shot is wayward.
Lovely counter-attack, substitute Smallbone involved. Ings was at the centre of it and the visitors win a corner. Attacked by a host of bodies but nothing doing for Saints.
He looked to have rolled his ankle as he went to cross the ball. Physio is on the field of play. United corner taken as play restarts, which McCarthy punches well clear.
He began and ended the chance, linking well with strike partner Martial. Bertrand is alive at the near post and clears for a corner - Maguire then gets an opportunity but can't quite connect.
Ward-Prowse free-kick recycled
He played it square to Bertrand, who launched deep. It was collected by Stephens and reworked to Armstrong but Saints lose out. They're having the better share of the possession now.
Adams and Ings on heels
A smart move from Saints releases Walker-Peters down the right, and he fizzes a ball across the face of goal. There's a host of yellow shirts in the box, but no-one willing to throw a leg at it.
Greenwood and Fernandes both involved in the build-up, as United break down the right. Attempted cross is blocked well, and Saints regain possession.
Yellow Card for Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton)
For a hand ball offence.
Rashford from distance
He ignores the run of Martial and takes the shot on from range, it's dipping fiercely but hits only the side-netting.
Penalty shout on Armstrong
Maguire rather heavy handed with the Scot, but referee uninterested. United go straight up the other end, with Rashford in ascendance but he's marshalled well by Bednarek. United corner comes to nothing.
Redmond off target
A presentable opportunity for Saints, as Redmond drifts inside and uses the decoy run of Adams to create a yard of space. He lashed at the shot, and it flew a yard wide of the mark.
United get us under way
The Reds take kick-off and we're back up and running.
HALF-TIME: United 2-1 Saints
An energetic first 45 minutes comes to a close. Encouraging signs for Saints, with chances aplenty. United also looking dangerous in the final third, scoring twice in three first-half minutes.
Redmond links with Adams
It's cut out by Lindlõf, but Saints nearly carving an opening there. Strong finish to the half from the away side.
Walker-Peters wins corner
Nice flowing move from Saints, wins a corner down the right. Swung in by captain Ward-Prowse and attacked by Danny Ings at the near post, but he's beaten to it by Martial.
Yellow Card for James Ward-Prowse (Southampton)
For a foul on Fernandes.
United shading the scoreline, but it's an evenly contested game here at Old Trafford. Both teams committing plenty in attack!
After a frantic few minutes, Saints have settled again. It was a blistering start, which seemed to tail off mid-half, but finding some more of the ball again now, as Adams works his way into the box but the cross has no takers.
Martial strikes wide
He was off balance, teed up well by a neat Pogba flick, but he blasts high and wide. United showing plenty of attacking intent.
Pogba effort rebuffed
The midfielder tries his luck, striking the ball centrally from distance, but McCarthy pushes to safety. United looking dangerous coming forward.
Devastating from Martial
Martial glides inside and smashes emphatically past McCarthy - it's the Frenchman's 50th Premier League strike.
Anthony Martial (23’) | 2 – 1
It's a fairly open affair, and United have drawn themselves level thanks to Marcus Rashford. Martial flicked the ball towards his partner, left of centre, and Rashford shot across goal to find the far corner.
Marcus Rashford (20’) | 1 – 1
Saints on top.
Saints sending warning signs
The visitors pick the pocket of Pogba in midfield once more, who was at fault for the opener, as Adams tries to release Ings but it just runs long.
Rashford goal ruled out
Luke Shaw works the ball well down the left, and squares towards Rashford who finishes first time. But the United striker is a yard offside.
Saints STUN United
The perfect start from Saints! They look sharp, content in and out of possession. Bar the Ward-Prowse mistake, a very bright opening from Ralph Hasenhüttl's side.
That is a superb goal from Armstrong, who had already tested de Gea. This time he takes down a chipped cross from Nathan Redmond and smashes beyond the United keeper. Advantage Saints.
Stuart Armstrong (12’) | 0 – 1
Lovely control from the Scot to engineer some space, takes the shot on with his left. Comfortable save from de Gea, but an effort on target nonetheless.
SUPERB SAVE MACCA 👏
Lack of concentration from Ward-Prowse gifts the ball to Martial in a vulnerable position, as the Frenchman bares down on McCarthy's goal. The Saints stopper stays tall though and denies Martial with a strong hand.
Reverse finds Bertand
Saints sneak behind the United backline temporarily, but Bertrand's cross is smothered by de Gea. The visitors pressing superbly in these opening stages.
Saints initiate the press
Hunting in packs once again yields a throw deep in United's half, but Romeu goes in a little strong on Fernandes. Positive start though, as the visitors try to restrict the playing space of their hosts.
Walker-Peters on the move
Romeu attempts to find the full-back down the right, with Luke Shaw left on his heels, but the pass is slightly over hit. Superb endeavour from the Spurs loanee.
United on winning streak
The hosts have won their previous three Premier League ties by a three-goal margin - the first team in top-flight history to do so.
Let's do this! Saints, in their yellow away strip, get proceedings under way at Old Trafford!
Solskjær 🤝 Hasenhüttl
The managers take up their positions on the touchline!20.01
Teams are out...
A familiar side for the hosts, who have named an unchanged side for five consecutive games, while Saints are unchanged in three. We're nearly ready to go...19.58
Saints field the same starting XI for a third consecutive game. It means another start for Danny Ings and Ché Adams up top, while Oriol Romeu continues to partner James Ward-Prowse in midfield. Man United are also, incidentally, unchanged.19.05
Man United team
Starting XI: de Gea (GK), Lindelöf, Maguire (c), Wan-Bissaka, Shaw, Matic, Pogba, Fernandes, Greenwood, Rashford, Martial.
Subs: Romero (GK), Bailly, Mata, Pereira, Fred, James, Ighalo, McTominay, Williams.19.00
TEAM NEWS 😇
Starting XI: McCarthy (GK), Stephens, Walker-Peters, Bednarek, Bertrand, Ward-Prowse (c), Romeu, Redmond, Armstrong, Ings, Adams.
Subs: Gunn (GK), Vestergaard, Vokins, Danso, Smallbone, Højbjerg, Ferry, Long, Obafemi.18.59
🎶 YELLOWS 🎶
Team news is on its way, Saints fans! ⏳
REVERSE: Saints 1-1 Man United
How did it all pan out last time these two sides met? Check out the highlights from August's meeting at St Mary's.18.11
UNITED BY NUMBERS 🔢
The Reds have lost just one of their last 15 home league games (W9, D5), winning the last four by an aggregate score of 13-2.
Their victory against Aston Villa meant they became the first Premier League team to win four consecutive matches by at least three goals.
United have won a joint-record 13 penalties in the Premier League this season.18.08
How did Saints fare against Everton? 😇
Check it out for yourself, here's the full highlights of Southampton's most recent outing, including another goal from star man Danny Ings.18.05
Tactical Watch: Cooling red-hot United
Bleacher Report's Sam Tighe dissects two of the Premier League's form teams, as Southampton prepare to face Manchester United at Old Trafford. It's the latest edition of Tactical Watch, in association with Utilita Energy...18.04
GET CLUED UP 💡
it's a chance to show ourselves how good we are against such a team. they have fantastic quality, but we also have good stats after the break.ralph hasenhüttlsouthampton fc manager
DANNY INGS = 🔥🔥🔥
BIRTHDAY BOY 🎉
We're wishing a very happy 24th birthday to forward Ché Adams today - can he mark his special day with a goal? 🙏16.29
What does the boss think? 🤔
Here's what manager Ralph Hasenhüttl had to say ahead of tonight's United clash.16.25
STAT ATTACK 🤓
Manchester United have won just two of their last six Premier League home games against Southampton (D2, L2), having won 13 of the first 14 meetings at Old Trafford.16.23
Saints are back on the road for tonight's Premier League action, travelling to in-form Man United. Ralph Hasenhüttl's side have collected 27 points from away clashes this season, including one against Everton last time out.
MUN vs SOU Line Ups
David de Gea (GK)
Luke ShawBrandon Williams (75′)
Harry Maguire (C)
Mason GreenwoodDaniel James (84′)
Paul PogbaFred (63′)
Bruno FernandesScott McTominay (84′)
Alex McCarthy (GK)
James Ward-Prowse (C)
Stuart ArmstrongWilliam Smallbone (69′)
Oriol RomeuMichael Obafemi (87′)
Che AdamsShane Long (64′)
MUN vs SOU Match Stats
Shots on target45