Bruno Fernandes rescued a point for Manchester United with his first goal from open play after David De Gea made yet another blunder in a 1-1 draw with Everton at Goodison Park.
A well-matched contest saw De Gea take an age to clear in the opening minutes, allowing Dominic Calvert-Lewin to block his clearance for the most bizarre of goals.
Everton counterpart Jordan Pickford didn't cover himself in glory either, falling slowly and missing a low shot by Bruno Fernandes as the Portuguese netted his first goal in open play for his new club.
And the match ended with drama as Pickford made a sensational save from Ighalo at one end, before Everton had a goal controversially ruled out for offside as a low shot from Tom Davies deflected off Harry Maguire, but the presence of Gylfi Sigurdsson in front of De Gea was deemed enough to disallow the goal.
An incensed Carlo Ancelotti was sent off for approaching the referee in the aftermath.
In the end a point a piece was probably the fair result as the race for the Champions League positions intensifies.