Exciting Everton draw with Manchester United on the anniversary of Munich air disaster

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Manchester United fell into a 3-3 draw at home to Everton in the 23rd round of the Premier League, on the day that marks the anniversary of the Munich air disaster.

Manchester United goals were scored by Edinson Cavani, Bruno Fernandez, and Scott McTominay in the last 24 and 70 minutes of the first half.

Everton took advantage of the opponent’s defensive mistakes, Abdullah Ducouri and James Rodriguez scored in the 49th and 52nd minutes.

While the Manchester United team was preparing for the end of the match and celebrating the victory, Dominic Calvert Lewin scored the deadly equalizer for Everton in the fifth minute of stoppage time, to disrupt the career of United, the opponent at the top of the Premier League, and turn the joys at Old Trafford into sorrows.

Manchester United raised its tally to 45 points in second place, and Everton raised its tally to 37 points in sixth place.

The players of the two teams were keen to observe a minute of silence before the start of the match, in commemoration of the Munich air disaster that occurred on February 6, 1958, when the plane carrying the Manchester United team crashed and killed 8 players from the team and 3 members of the coaching staff.

The Manchester United team was on its way back from a European Cup confrontation against Red Star Belgrade when the team’s plane in Germany stopped for refueling, and the first two attempts to take off from Munich airport failed, and after a third attempt, the plane crashed.

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