Edinson Cavani came off the bench to launch a fantastic Manchester United comeback as they battled back to win 3-2 at Southampton.
The hosts dominated the opening 45 minutes, but an old classic of a game of two halves, Cavani’s half time kickstarted an incredible United comeback.
On a day to forget for United’s defence, it was the Saints who stormed into the lead on 23 minutes as Jan Bednarek powered home James Ward-Prowse’s corner.
And Ward-Prowse turned from provider to lethal finisher ten minutes later as the England midfielder curled home a trademark free kick.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team could and should have wrapped the game up before the break, but United keeper David De Gea produced a brilliant stop to deny Stuart Armstrong.
That chink of hope was all United needed after restart, as Alex McCarthy denied Cavani and Marcus Rashford in a busy spell for the visitors.
But that change in direction for Solskjaer’s side was exactly what they needed as Bruno Fernandes burst into the box to bury Cavani’s cross.
With their tails up in the final stages, a determined United equalised with 15 to go, as Fernandes and Cavani linked up again.
The Portuguese international’s cross caused panic inside the Saints box and Cavani stayed alive to poke past McCarthy.
However, the veteran striker was in no mood to settle for a point on the south coast and he nodded home Rashford’s cross to seal a dramatic three points in added time.
Full Time at the St. Mary’s Stadium it’s Southampton 2 Manchester United 3