Swansea City vs. Manchester United: Premier League Live Score, Highlights, Recap
Goals: 16' Evra (Man Utd), 29' Michu (Swansea)
Swansea City: Vorm; Tiendalli, Chico, Williams, Davies; Britton, Agustien, De Guzman, Dyer, Routledge; Michu. Subs: Tremmel, Moore, Graham, Monk, Ki, Shechter, Richards.
Manchester United: De Gea; Jones, Evans, Vidic, Evra; Valencia, Carrick, Cleverley, Young, Rooney, Van Persie. Subs: Lindegaard, Giggs, Hernandez, Welbeck, Scholes, Fletcher, Buttner.
90+4'- The final whistle blows and United have let a golden opportunity to get three points slip through their grasp.
A Patrice Evra header had put them in front early, but Michu's tap-in tied things up not long after.
Overall a pretty poor performance from the away side, who looked for the most part, lacking the hunger needed to win such games.
Stay tuned to Bleacher Report for all the reaction and coverage of a dissapointing draw for the Red Devils.
90+2'- Standard yellow card for Paul Scholes following a late challenge. That's been his most significant contribution to the game so far.
Michel Vorm comes off his line to head clear, Ryan Giggs goes for the magnificent lob, but misses wide.
90'- Jonny Evans gives the ball away needlessly with an atrocious pass forward as United desperately try to heave their tired legs forward one more time.
Swansea City 1-1 Manchester United
88'- Giggs sets up Hernandez for a half chance inside the Swansea area, but the Mexican's attempted volley is blocked.
The Swans have given up all hope of claiming a winner here, they've sat most of the team behind the ball in this second half.
85'- Ashley Young swings in a corner, but it evades all in red inside the Swansea box.
Paul Scholes then replaces Tom Cleverley for United... as if the Red Devils haven't been slow enough today, Giggs and Scholes are brought on to try and win the game.
83'- Ryan Giggs tries to create room to cross, but slips at the vital moment. He's not quick enough to beat his man one-on-one anymore.
If United fail to win here, massive questions must be asked of the attacking players for their inability to convert what have been countless easy chances.
80'- Again, again the ball fails to hit the back of the net as Swansea defenders block twice on the goal line from van Persie and Young efforts.
Young appeals for a penalty as the ball strikes Davies, but the defender's arm was in front of his body.
78'- Wayne Rooney blasts his free kick into the wall, and that's his final impact on the game as Ryan Giggs comes on in his stead.
The resulting corner sees Michael Carrick's header hit the crossbar! Unbelievable chances for United in this second half, but the score remains 1-1.
76'- Things come to the boil as Robin van Persie squares up to Ashley Williams.
The Swansea captain thought the Dutchman dived, the Dutchman thought the defender attacked him from behind. Yellow cards for both. Free kick for United.
74'- Another United attack, another failed pass. This time it's Wayne Rooney who underhits his pass to van Persie and a golden chance passes.
The Red Devils have been so lackadaisical in the final third today, it boggles the mind. Sir Alex looking increasingly frustrated on the sidelines.
73'- Robin van Persie recieves the ball deep in the Swansea half, but his pass fails to find an advancing Javier Hernandez.
If the Mexican was a tad quicker onto that one, the score would surely be 2-1 now.
72'- Young Ben Davies breaks down the left flank, but his cross flies miles over de Gea's goal and United can breathe easy.
Luke Moore meanwhile has come on for the impressive de Guzman for Swansea.
70'- Wayne Rooney picks up a yellow card for a late trip on Tiendalli. No complaints from the Englishman.
Jonathan de Guzman's cross is headed clear by Jonny Evans and United look to break.
68'- Wayne Rooney swings in a deep cross to van Persie, whose inventive volley rebounds off Vorm's crossbar.
Fantastic technique from the Dutchman, who was unlucky not to find the back of the net there.
67'- The Red Devils continue to stroke the ball around comfortably in midfield, but still lack a final product in terms of crosses and shots.
65'- Tom Cleverley releases Ashley Young into space down the right wing, but the Englishman's cross is terrible, and drifts out for a throw-in on the opposite side of the pitch.
Just under half an hour for United to claim victory. Anyone think they can't?
63'- The subpar Antonio Valencia makes way for Javier Hernandez as Sir Alex looks to shake things up.
Ki is on for Leon Britton meanwhile for the home team.
62'- Phil Jones comes infield, but his pass for van Persie is overhit and runs out for a goal kick.
United sort of going through the motions at the moment, and don't look hungry enough to go on and claim a vital three points.
60'- Lazy passes from Michael Carrick and Ashley Williams see both teams struggle to keep possession.
Compared to a high quality first half, the second period has been very poor in comparison.
57'- The cameras pan to the sideline, and the welcome sight of Javier Hernandez warming up for the away side.
Manchester City laid down the gauntlet with a late winner yesterday, can United do the same today?
55'- Swansea give the ball away in midfield to van Persie and for a moment, United find themselves three-on-one.
The ball finds Ashley Young in space, but his effort is far to weak to really trouble Michel Vorm.
53'- Great chance for Swansea as Wayne Routledge tries to catch David de Gea out at his near post.
The Spaniard has looked good so far today, and can't really be blamed for the Swans' goal.
51'- Wayne Rooney is sent clear, but his shot is well blocked by the retreating Chico.
United just look a little slow and off the pace for the most part, Valencia and Rooney perhaps the biggest culprits.
50'- A promising United attack breaks down once again with Valencia on the right wing as the Ecuadorian takes far too long to cross.
48'- Tom Cleverley wins the ball from Ben Davies on the sideline, but Wayne Rooney's wayward pass infield gives it straight back to the Swans.
Manchester United have already let in 15 goals on their travels in the EPL this season. At this point last term, they had let in three.
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