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Manchester United FC held 1-1 by Arsenal

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Manchester United FC were on Monday held to a 1-1 draw by Arsenal recording the worst start of their EPL competition.

McTominay scored the first goal in the final minutes of the first half beating Leno at the very far post.

Aubameyang leveled things for the visitors in the second half to deny Manchester United FC a fight to a better position in the EPL.

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The draw leaves Ole Gunner Solskjaer with nine points and at the tenth position as pressure starts building on the little magician.

Also read: Granit Xhaka named Arsenal captain, Unai praises him

During a press briefing, Solskjaer played down what media are reporting and him and the club saying what matters is that they are focused for the game.

Having sold Romelu Lukaku to Inter Millan, United seems to be struggling to bag many points moving forward.

Aubameyang who was saved by a VAR decision expressed his confidence when he got the ball from Sako.

Also read: Aston Villa chance to beat Arsenal shuttered by Aubameyang

He was happy Arsenal bagged a point out of a tough tie promising better results in scheduled fixture.

Alex Kiprop
News Moto sports correspondent. Catch up the latest results when they happen and as they happen, locally and international

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