Full-time: Manchester United 0-0 Burnley

Jose Mourinho in the crowd
Jose Mourinho in the crowd Getty Images

Well, that was a cracking afternoon of football and we're going on late into the evening today, too. Follow Crystal Palace vs Sunderland here.

And if that doesn't tickle your fancy, enjoy your evening!

Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho endured a day to forget Getty Images


Here are the other scores around the Premier League:

  • Middlesbrough 2-0 Bournemouth
  • Tottenham 1-1 Leicester
  • Watford 1-0 Hull
  • West Brom 0-4 Man City
Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero celebrates for Manchester City Getty Images


Full-time: Manchester United 0-0 Burnley

All over! One of the most surreal games of football you'll ever see. United should have scored about five, could have scored ten but instead scored none.

Incredible drama.


Rooney has missed another clear chance. A free-kick on the right is rolled to an unmarked Wayne Rooney and the captain skies the ball over the bar.

United have had enough chances to win ten games this afternoon.


Five minutes of time being added.


United have had 19 corners already today. That's right, 19. This has been an extraordinary game.

Ibrahimovic has just missed a golden chance at the back post, mishitting the ball from Pogba.

Jose Mourinho
Jose Mourinho in the stand Getty Images


Hope of a goal appears to be dissipating around Old Trafford. To their credit, the crowd have not really voiced their disapproval with what's happened today.

Flanagan commits a handball and could get a second yellow... no, not on this occasion.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Zlatan Ibrahimovic couldn't find the net Getty Images


More goals are going in elsewhere around the Premier League and we'll bring you news of those at full-time.


Ten minuted left and Memphis Depay is set to be introduced. Can the Dutchman make himself a hero at Old Trafford?


Time and inspiration in short supply at the minute.

Scott Arfield
Scott Arfield wins the ball Getty Images


It's all happening at Old Trafford.


Ander Herrera is off! He gets a second yellow and... that's very unlucky. He slipped and brought the Burnley player down by accident. That is a poor decision. I'm not even sure if there was contact, to be honest.

Tom Heaton
Tom Heaton enjoyed an incredible return to Old Trafford Getty Images


This is getting silly now. United have hit the post and the bar with two separate attacks in two minutes. First Mata (shot) and then Zlatan (header).

To call this one-way traffic would be a massive understatement. If I was Tom Heaton, I'd buy a lottery ticket tonight.


Ibrahimovic takes off, kung fu-style, with a flying volley at the back post, but again, Heaton makes a wonder save! I've no idea how this is still 0-0.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the ball Getty Images


United are absolutely hammering Burnley now. It's all last-ditch tackles and great saves from Tom Heaton as the Reds desperately search for the opening goal at Old Trafford.

Barnes has come on for Gray, who was feeling the pace, having not played a lot of late.

Thomas Heaton
Thomas Heaton is enjoying a day to remember so far Getty Images


GOAL: Boro 2-0 Bournemouth (Downing)

It looks like Karanka's men are on their way to a valuable win at home.


Heaton is having a great game, saving well struck efforts from Mata and then Lingard.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho is pin-ponging around the stands at Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho in the stand
Jose Mourinho in the stand Getty Images


Arfield blazes a volleyed effort over the bar after a knocked down from Michael Keane. Burnley are posing a threat in this half, though.



Gray leads a counter-attack for Burnley, but Shaw makes a brilliant last-ditch tackle to save United's bacon. The away side thought they were in there.

Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney is warming up on the touchline.

Jose Mourinho in the crowd
Jose Mourinho in the crowd Getty Images


Here's a story: Jose Mourinho appears to have been sent off for protesting the penalty decision late in the first half.

He's in the front row of the stand, and Rui Faria has replaced him on the touchline.


The players are back out and we're back under way.

Sam Vokes
Sam Vokes chases the ball Getty Images


Half-time: Manchester United 0-0 Burnley

The hosts have huffed and puffed - but are yet to blow Burnley's house down. More in a bit...


Darmian goes down under a challenge from Flanagan. United want a penalty, but nothing doing on this occasion.


Two minutes of time added at Old Trafford. A couple of goals have gone in elsewhere, and we'll bring you the half-time scores in a minute.

Juan Mata shows his frustration
Juan Mata shows his frustration Getty Images