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                                             PHOTO:GETTYWest Bromwich Albion’s Mbaye Diagne misses an opportunity against Manchester United at The Hawthorns recently. The game ended 1-1.
PHOTO:GETTYWest Bromwich Albion’s Mbaye Diagne misses an opportunity against Manchester United at The Hawthorns recently. The game ended 1-1.

MANCHESTER United could only draw 1-1 at struggling West Bromwich Albion in Birmingham, leaving them second in the Premier League but seven points adrift of Manchester City.

West Brom, who need a remarkable turnaround to avoid relegation, stunned their visitors with a second-minute goal from on-loan Senegalese striker Mbaye Diagne who beat defender Victor Lindelof to head home.

United looked out-of-sorts for the rest of the half, but their inspirational Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes stepped up yet again in the 44th minute with a spectacular volley from near the penalty spot.

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