Man Utd 3-1 Everton: Conor Coady own goal gifts FA Cup win to United as Frank Lampard's struggles continue
Match report as Manchester United progress in their FA Cup third-round tie with Everton thanks to Antony's finish, Conor Coady's own goal and Marcus Rashford's penalty; Coady had earlier equalised for Frank Lampard's side; Erik ten Hag on Rashford: "He is unstoppable with his speed"
Manchester United defeated Everton 3-1 in the third round of an entertaining FA Cup tie at Old Trafford as Conor Coady scored for both teams.
Coady had levelled it up for Frank Lampard's side, cancelling out Antony's early goal after taking advantage of a bizarre error by David de Gea in the Manchester United goal. But the defender proceeded to put the ball past his own goalkeeper in the second half.
Player of the match: Marcus Rashford
He was made to wait on this occasion but Rashford's penalty he scored past England team-mate Pickford means he has now scored in five consecutive matches since returning from the World Cup. This may now be the best form of his career.
Rashford had been announced as the player of the match even before finding the net. He was the man who was architect for both of United's previous goals, providing the assist for Antony and the cross that Coady put into his own net. He is enjoying himself.