Manchester United won’t play Champions League football next season after they failed to beat bottom club Huddersfield Town in their Premier League clash on Sunday afternoon.
The Red Devils needed to beat the already relegated Huddersfield Town to stay alive in the race for Champions League football but they were unable to achieve that target following a terrible second half showing.
Manchester United started the game well and they were rewarded for their bright start in fortunate circumstances when the shot from young midfielder Scott McTominay squirmed under the body of Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Jonas Lossl to give the visitors the lead.
The Red Devils failed to add to that lead though French World Cup winner Paul Pogba came close to doubling that lead with a looping header that hit the crossbar.
The hosts scored a well deserved second half equaliser through Isaac Mbenza to earn a 1-1 draw in their last home game in the Premier League for the foreseeable future.
Manchester United had chances to win the game but they could not take it with Paul Pogba coming close to a winning goal when he hit the crossbar for the second time with a shot.
The draw ensured that sixth-placed Manchester United are four points adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur with one game left thus missing out on Champions League football.