Manchester United missed missed a chance to climb into the Premier League’s top four when they played a 2-2 draw against Southampton on Monday.

The most interesting part of the match was when United conceding an injury-time equaliser against Southampton.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘s boy led 2-1 for 73 minutes before substitute Michael Obafemi scored in the 96th minute, bundling in a set-piece at the back post after it had been flicked on by Jan Bednarek.

Another interesting part of the match was the surprised Stuart Armstrong’s strike which gave Southampton a 12th-minute lead, but Anthony Martial set up Marcus Rashford to equalise before firing a superb second goal for United.

Meanwhile, considering previous matches Solskjaer’s side were on course to leapfrog top-four rivals Chelsea and Leicester – who both suffered defeats over the weekend.

With three games left in the chase for Champions League qualification, United would have move up to third but they remain fifth at the moment.

Reacting to the development, Solskjaer said, his players “will put it right”

Stressing that, “The mentality has been brilliant. We have had a few setbacks this season. This is another challenge for us,”

Speaking further, said:

“I am very confident in [the players’] mentality. I’m disappointed of course, but you have to take the disappointments as well as the positives. We have learned a hard lesson. We will put it right. I trust the boys in that respect.”