Manchester United v Stoke City, 02 October 2016

Score1-1
RefereeBobby Madley
CompetitionPremier League
VenueOld Trafford
Attendance75,251
Kick-off: 12.00pm This was the first time that Stoke City had avoided defeat in their nine Premier League visits to Old Trafford.

Goals:

Anthony Martial 69 G

Goals:

Joe Allen 82 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David De Gea
Defender Eric Bailly
Defender Chris Smalling
Defender/Midfielder Daley Blind
Defender/Midfielder Antonio Valencia
Midfielder Ander Herrera
Midfielder Juan Mata
Midfielder Paul Pogba
Midfielder/Forward Jesse Lingard
Midfielder/Forward Marcus Rashford

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Lee Grant
Defender Erik Pieters
Defender/Centre back Ryan Shawcross
Defender/Full back Glen Johnson
Defender/Midfielder Geoff Cameron
Defender/Midfielder Bruno Martins Indi
Midfielder Joe Allen
Midfielder Glenn Whelan
Midfielder/Forward Xherdan Shaqiri
Forward Wilfried Bony

Substitutions:

Anthony Martial for Jesse Lingard 67
Wayne Rooney for Juan Mata 67
Memphis Depay for Ander Herrera 84

Substitutions:

Peter Crouch for Wilfried Bony 77
Jon Walters for Marko Arnautović 77
Phil Bardsley for Xherdan Shaqiri 90

Cards:

Antonio Valencia 13 Y
Ander Herrera 55 Y
Zlatan Ibrahimović 56 Y

Cards:

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Sergio Romero
Defender Matteo Darmian
Midfielder Michael Carrick
Midfielder Marouane Fellaini
Midfielder/Forward Memphis Depay
Forward Anthony Martial
Forward Wayne Rooney

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Shay Given
Defender Phil Bardsley
Midfielder Charlie Adam
Midfielder/Forward Jon Walters
Forward Peter Crouch
Forward Bojan Krkić

Comments:

League position: 6th Manchester United had now drawn for the first time in ten competitive games under new manager Jose Mourinho. United had now taken 13 points from their first seven games in this Premier League season; three less than after seven games in 2015-16. They had now kept one clean sheet in their last seven games in all competitions.

Comments:

League position: 19th Stoke City had now failed to win any of their first seven games in a top division season for the first time since 1973-74. The Potters had now scored five goals in this Premier League season; all had been scored in the second-half. Joe Allen had now scored in consecutive Premier League appearances for the first time since October 2011 for Swansea City.