Sheffield United 3-3 Manchester United was absolutely crazy

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Wow. Just wow.

Sheffield United scored a late equaliser to draw 3-3 against Manchester United at Bramall Lane.

The Red Devils recovered from 2-0 down to lead 3-2 thanks to goals from Brandon Williams, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford gave them a 3-2 lead. 

They held onto the lead until the 91st minute, when Oliver McBurnie equalised for Sheffield United.

The second half was crazy.

David de Gea’s terrific double-save early on spelled danger for the visitors.

And they were 1-0 down shortly afterwards, with Fleck grabbing the opener.

The midfielder turned the ball home after Lys Mousset completely bullied Phil Jones off the ball.

“Sacked in the morning”, the home crowd started to chant.

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And that was at 1-0. When Mousset doubled Sheffield United’s lead, Solskjaer must have started believing it himself.

The Frenchman fired home from outside the area after Man United’s defence was sliced open by Fleck’s pass.

#OleOut began to trend on Twitter after the second goal.

Former right-back Gary Neville, on co-commentary duty for Sky Sports, was fuming on Twitter.

"The lack of movement from Rashford and James is a joke. An absolute joke,” Neville said.

“All game. United’s midfield is poor, but you expect more from the front three."

And then, everything changed.

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The visitors pulled a goal back through Brandon Williams in the 72nd minute, giving United a lifeline.

The 19-year-old smashed a right-footed effort in after going unmarked at the back post.

Then another substitute got in on the act.

Mason Greenwood, 18, turned the ball in following Marcus Rashford's cross in the 77th minute and Man United completed the comeback two minutes later.

Daniel James found Rashford in the area and the United striker steered the ball in.

It looked like Man United were going to get the victory but Oliver McBurnie scored in the 91st minute to complete a 3-3 draw.

And that's why we love the Premier League.

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