Aston Villa and Manchester United clashed at Villa Park as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues his title pursuit following Manchester City slip yesterday. Manchester United have not given up on their title chase yet as Man City loss against Chelsea renewed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side hope.
Aston Villa hosted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United for the return leg of their Premier League fixture at Villa Park. Both teams played their 35th game of the season and have only three games to play before the season finally wraps up.
Aston Villa 1-3 Man United:
Manchester United beat Aston Villa xxx at Villa Park Stadium as goals from Bruno Fernandes and Mason Greenwood helps the Red Devils to close the gap on Manchester City.
Aston Villa took the lead in the 24th minute of the game when Bertrand Traore scored to put the host in front. Aston Villa missed a couple of chances but managed to retain their lead throughout the first half.
Manchester United improved their game in the second and quickly won a penalty which was converted by Bruno Fernandes to equalize for Man United in the 52nd minute of the game.
Manchester United took the lead three minutes later after Mason Greenwood scored a beautiful goal in the 56th minute to put Man United in front.
Manchester United got their third goal late in the game when Edinson Cavani scored in the 87th minute of the game to seal the three points for Man United.
Manchester United have reduced the gap between them and Manchester City to ten points as the Red Devils are still hopeful of winning the title
Later today, West Ham United will host Everton at the London stadium while Arsenal host West Brom at the Emirates Stadium.
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