Everton twice came from behind to draw with Manchester United in a crazy game at Old Trafford.
United took the lead after 25 minutes, when Marcus Rashford’s superb cross found Edinson Cavani at the back post, and the Uruguayan powered his header past Robin Olsen.
Just before half-time it was 2-0, when Bruno Fernandes spotted Olsen off his line and brilliantly lobbed him from the edge of the box.
But the Toffees did get themselves back in the game early in the second half, when Calvert-Lewin’s attempted cross was spilled by De Gea into the path of Abdoulaye Doucouré to tap in.
And moments later it was 2-2, when Doucouré laid it off for James Rodriguez, and the Colombian buried his effort into the bottom corner.
However, with 20 minutes to go, United went back in front. A free-kick was delivered into the box by Luke Shaw, and Scott McTominay’s header crept past Olsen into the corner.
It looked like the three points belonged to United until, deep into stoppage time, a ball into the box found it’s way to Calvert-Lewin, and he finished past De Gea for a dramatic finale.