Manchester United certainly conformed with the Premier League chaos on Tuesday night.
Despite having strutted their way to eight consecutive wins under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - including massive results at Arsenal and Tottenham - the visit of Burnley turned into a real challenge.
On a night where Manchester City surprisingly lost at Newcastle and Arsenal laboured to victory over Cardiff, it wasn't until the dying moments that United had anything to show for.
Burnley surprised everyone by racing into a 2-0 lead, virtue of goals from Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood, while looking almost impenetrable in defence.
Tom Heaton was having his second phenomenal performance at Old Trafford in just two years and it wasn't until the 81st minute that he was finally beaten.
Man Utd 2-2 Burnley
The Red Devils won themselves a penalty and Paul Pogba continued his rich vein of form under the new regime by finding the net.
It got even better as they entered stoppage time, though, with Victor Lindelof scrambling the ball home after Alexis Sanchez saw his header brilliantly saved.
So, although United fans wouldn't have settled for a point before the game, rescuing a 2-2 draw and keeping the unbeaten run intact felt like a real achievement.
Pogba reacts to Burnley draw
You could perhaps forgive the players for being chuffed with the performance then, but not if your name is Pogba.
Reinvigorated since the exit of Jose Mourinho, Pogba is considered to be one of the leading candidates for the club captaincy as uncertainty surrounds the future of Antonio Valencia.
And his reaction to the draw was everything you could expect from a United player and he received wide-praise for his comments across Twitter and Reddit.
Speaking to the BBC, he remarked: “The comeback was positive but the result was disappointing. The reaction was good, we didn’t lose, but we dropped two points we could have won.
"We have to learn from our mistakes and next time start the game differently.
"Like the manager said, you have to start strong and aggressive because that’s what they were in the first half. We played like we were winning 1-0 or 2-0, that’s where we went wrong."
No wonder the top comment on Twitter reads: 'Pogba speaking like a true Man United player. Give him the armband.'
Pogba as Man Utd captain?
Even when Lindelof rattled home the equaliser, it was clear that the team's focus was on returning to the centre circle and hunting for a winner.
On this particular occasion, a third goal wasn't forthcoming but the type of winning attitude seen under Sir Alex Ferguson certainly was.
United fans know Pogba has it in him to become a real leader at the club and it's clear he's in the perfect frame of mind right now.
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