Joe Allen's goal in the final quarter of the game helped Stoke City seal a point against Jose Mourinho's Manchester United at Old Trafford on 2 October. The Red Devils will be disappointed with the latest result, especially after dominating a major part of the match.

The 20-time Englsih champions had several opportunities to take a lead in the first half. However, Lee Grant's impressive heroics made sure Mark Hughes' side went into the break without conceding a goal.

Mourinho made two chances, introducing Anthony Martial and Wayne Rooney in the 67<sup>th minute. The France international, who has been struggling in this campaign, took two minutes to get his first goal of the season.

However, an error from David de Gea allowed the former Liverpool midfielder to score the eqauliser in the 82<sup>nd minute. Despite the draw, Stoke are without a win in the seven matches played in the Premier League.

Joe Allen
Joe Allen scored the eqauliser to help Stoke City avoid a defeat against Manchester United Getty

Hughes would be delighted to walk away with a point, while the United boss will be disappointed to head into the international break without bagging the full three points. IBTimes UK has compiled some tweets after the Red Devils' 1-1 draw against Stoke on Sunday.

Main issue for most Reds; their #MUFC expectations remain same as Fergie days, instead of appreciating improvements post-Moyes/LvG

— Jonathan Shrager (@JonathanShrager) October 2, 2016

The team was set up perfectly, nothing Jose could have done about this. Players didn't finish their chances & a goalkeeping mistake.. #mufc

— Jack Boorman (@UnitedHeaven_) October 2, 2016

#Rooney has mastered the art of "the inadvertent assist" 😄 #MUFC

— Jonathan Shrager (@JonathanShrager) October 2, 2016

Did anyone just see Shaqiri send Smalling back to Fulham? #MUFC

— Josh (@ManUnitedMedia) October 2, 2016

We should crowdfund a jail for the footballers we don’t want in our teams, it’ll start with Rooney, Mathieu and Cahill behind bars.

— Rafael Hernández (@RafaelH117) October 2, 2016

Well that's one way José to try and motivate Wayne Rooney.

— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) October 2, 2016

FULL TIME: Manchester United 1-1 Stoke City. #MUFC

— Manchester United (@ManUnitedWorld) October 2, 2016

The United highlights have made me ill. The Stoke players should have been wearing balaclavas with a sack over their shoulder.

— United Religion (@Unitedology) October 2, 2016

Stoke have been woeful, no idea how we haven't won this.

— United Peoples TV (@UnitedPeoplesTV) October 2, 2016