‘It was a big moment in the game’ – Scholes reveals why Everton came back twice against Manchester United

Everton came back from behind twice to draw 3-3 against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday night.

Manchester United led 2-0 at half-time but conceded two quick goals to Everton early in the second half. Scott McTominay restored our lead in the 70th minute before Everton equalised again with the last kick of the game.

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes believes the withdrawal of Paul Pogba in the 39th minute after he suffered a thigh injury was a pivotal moment in the match.

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“I just feel Paul Pogba going off was a big moment in the game,” Scholes told Premier League Productions.

“I thought they had complete control up to that point.

“Fred coming on, they lost control in the middle of the pitch. [Andre] Gomes, Doucoure and [Tom] Davies really started to take control of the game and that was a big blow for United.”

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