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The forward is involved again as he pulls the ball back for Mata to shoot from 18 yards, but the effort is blocked. Yet another strong challenge, this time from Fernandes on Allan in midfield, goes unpunished.
This game has a bit of an edge to it now following those penalty incidents in the space of a few minutes. Everton have had 62 per cent of the ball in the second period but need to start testing De Gea, something they have managed to do just once all game.
Two big incidents in the space of a few minutes before those substituions, then, with Pickford and Maguire both getting away with one.
Tuanzebe is on for Shaw in the first of Solskjaer's changes. Shaw picked up a knock a little earlier. Iwobi replaces Sigurdsson in the first substitution of the contest.
That Pickford foul on Maguire was reviewed by VAR and the officials decided it was not worthy of a penalty. The Everton keeper drops a simple cross at the back post.
Maguire tries to turn and blast it into an empty net but is unable to do so. Pickford appeared to catch Maguire so United may feel they should have been awarded a penalty.
Coleman goes on a good run deep into the United box but he lacks options and does not do anything with the ball in the end. Momentum is definitely with Everton now - will Solskjaer be tempted to make a change?
This is great play from Fred. He wins the ball off Bernard in a dangerous zone and carries it high up the other end of the field to relieve some pressure on his side.
James' low cross towards Calvert-Lewin deflects into the hands of De Gea. Everton are starting to look a little more threatening now.
Calvert-Lewin pounces on a loose ball and attempts to pick out James with his cross, but the ball is intercepted before the Colombia forward can make proper contact with it.
Rashford leads a United counter down the left but Doucoure and Allan do well to double up and win back the ball. Sigurdsson's free-kick from the left is cleared by first man Wan-Bissaka.
Everton have lacked quality in the final third all contest. Fernandes catches Sigurdsson a fraction late and is rightly cautioned by referee Paul Tierney.
United are letting their opponents dominate possession early in the second period. It is an understandable approach but still rather frustrating given how good the visitors looked when chasing a goal.
Fernandes and Martial have clearly managed to shake off the injuries they sustained late in the first half as both sides are unchanged.
Everton, facing a third league defeat in a row as things stand, get us back under way at Goodison Park.
This is the first time since December that Everton are trailing a Premier League game at half-time that they scored first in.
Ancelotti's men were second best for large parts of the opening 45 minutes and need to improve. As for United, under-pressure Solskjaer will be after more of the same.
Allan rather hacks at Fred in an attempt to get the ball. He fails to do so and becomes the second Everton player to be issued a yellow card.
Sigurdsson's free-kick is dealt with. The ball comes back into the box from the left but James is stood well offside.
Fred catches Calvert-Lewin on the shin with a sliding challenge, though the referee is correct to award a free-kick and nothing else.
It has been very stop-start over the last five minutes. Four minutes have been added on at the end of the first half.
Keane catches Martial in the face with his leg when attempting to get to an aerial ball. He avoids a booking but that surely has to go down as dangerous play?
Everton are trying to work the ball forward but have lost their way. Ancelotti would probably welcome half-time now so that the hosts can regroup. United have been very good since falling behind.
Now that they are in front, they cannot afford to play like they did in the opening 20 minutes. Martial is slotted through on goal with only Pickford to beat, but he cannot get the ball out of his feet and the weak shot is saved.
However, the offside flag would have denied him even if he had scored. Holgate is cautioned for a foul on Martial.
Everton have crumbled since going a goal in front. Everton were caught on the counterattack on the 95 minutes when Fernandes launched into a run down the middle of the pitch.
With Cavani to his left, he passed the ball to the striker who picked his spot and put the ball past Pickford for his first United goal.
And if Marcus can take the second goal, it is not a problem for me. Everyone needs to be a leader. Solskjaer was clearly angry after the match at the run of games United have been expected to play.
They set up the boys to fail. We have been to Turkey Wednesday night, we're playing Saturday lunchtime kick-off, it's an absolute shambles," he said.
Them boys deserve better than being thrown out here to fail today. Authorities set us up to fail. Who's responsible? I've had enough.
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