Manchester United mounted an incredible comeback against Brentford thanks to two late goals from substitute Scott McTominay.
BrentfordBrentford had taken the lead midway through the first half after United’s defense was caught out by a swift Brentford counter-attack. The ball found its way to Mathias Jensen who fired a left-footed shot past Andre Onana.
United pushed for an equalizer but Marcus Rashford was denied by Thomas Strakosha while Rasmus Hojlund shot wide.
The hosts thought they had levelled through an own goal but it was ruled out for offside against Anthony Martial in the build up.
As Erik ten Hag looked set for a third straight home defeat, McTominay smashed in from close range to spark wild celebrations.
There was still time for more drama as McTominay headed in a last-gasp winner, grabbing the points in seismic fashion and relieving some of the pressure on Ten Hag.
The victory lifts United to 9th place while Brentford remain winless since August after a gut-wrenching defeat.