Best tweets from Southampton 2-3 Manchester United

Today’s win over Southampton saw Manchester United recover from two goals down to record a stunning win at St. Mary.

Southampton took the lead prior to half-time but an injury time goal from Edinson Cavani made matters a lot better for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Looking back at the game, I don’t think anyone could say Southampton deserved to take a lead into half-time. They scored against the run of play and a stunning James Ward-Prowse free-kick proved too much a task for David de Gea as it would’ve done for most goalkeepers.

Despite being the better team from the start United still looked very vulnerable. This is a team we all know struggles with consistency, but it was great seeing them come from a two goal deficit to win the game at St. Mary’s, especially when Southampton have been in excellent form this season.

Bruno Fernandes found himself in the right place at the right time to pull one back for the Reds. Cavani, after coming on from the bench, played a brilliant ball into the Portuguese playmaker who finished like a striker inside the box.

Southampton tried to see the game out but United then won a free kick. Fernandes played it to Marcus Rashford, his cross was met at the near post by Cavani, who headed the ball past Southampton’s goalkeeper.

It was the Uruguayan who scored the stoppage time winner too.

Here are some of the best tweets we found after United’s 3-2 win over Southampton:

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