By Ian Ladyman for MailOnline
Published: 18:23 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 18:34 GMT, 1 December 2019
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffered another frustrating afternoon as his team were held to a 2-2 draw at home to lowly Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Sunday.
After a wide open start to the game, Jack Grealish fired Villa ahead in the 11th minute, cutting in from the left and then expertly curling the ball into the far, top corner.
Villa substitute Trezeguet had the ball in the net in the 29th minute but his effort was ruled out for offside and three minutes before the break United got a barely deserved equaliser.
Tyrone Mings celebrates with his Villa team-mates after he made it 2-2 and ensured Manchester United's lead was shortlived
Mings steered the ball home in the 66th minute, just two minutes after United had managed to take the lead
VAR was consulted after Mings' goal but it was allowed to stand after replays showed Brandon Williams played him onside
A short corner led to Andreas Pereira floating in a deep cross which Marcus Rashford rose well to head against the post with the ball bouncing in off helpless Villa keeper Tom Heaton.
It was another corner routine which led to United taking the lead in the 64th, this time Fred's cross was inadvertently headed to the back post by Villa striker Wesley and United's Swedish defender Victor Lindelof nodded home.
Defender Victor Lindelof put United in front with a header in the 64th minute as United looked to return to winning ways
Lindelof celebrates with his United