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Man United Stage Thrilling Comeback to Secure Victory Over 10-Man Nottingham Forest.



Manchester United staged an impressive comeback after being two goals down to secure a thrilling victory against a 10-man Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford.



In a remarkable turn of events, United found themselves trailing by two goals within just four minutes, marking the first time in Premier League history that the Red Devils faced such an early deficit. Striker Taiwo Awoniyi and defender Willy Boly capitalised on a dismal start by the hosts to put Forest ahead on the scoreboard.

The tide began to shift when Christian Eriksen managed to pull one back by neatly slotting in Marcus Rashford's well-placed low cross. Casemiro had an opportunity to level the score before halftime, but he missed a golden chance by heading wide of an open net.

In the second half, the Brazilian midfielder Casemiro redeemed himself by equalising for United. He capitalised on a superb pass from Rashford, bundling the ball into the net from a close range after a header from Bruno Fernandes.



Before the match, United's manager Ten Hag had emphasised Fernandes' inspirational qualities as a captain, and the Portuguese midfielder lived up to the expectations by leading his team from the front throughout the game, especially during the pursuit of a winning goal.

Forest's captain Joe Worrall received a red card for a foul on Fernandes at the edge of the penalty area in the second half. Despite United's inability to take advantage of the resulting free-kick, Fernandes remained composed and eventually secured the victory for his team 14 minutes before the final whistle. He calmly slotted home a winning goal after Danilo brought down Rashford, ensuring Manchester United's dramatic comeback triumph.



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