Oliver Burke earned bottom club Sheffield United a surprise 2-1 win at Manchester United, as the hosts missed out on returning to the top of the table.
The Scot’s 74th-minute strike deflected in off Axel Tuanzebe to hand the Blades their second victory of the campaign.
Man Utd started brightly, with Marcus Rashford firing wide, before Sheff Utd’s Billy Sharp forced a fine save from David De Gea.
Kean Bryan then put Sheff Utd in front on 23 minutes, as he headed in his first Premier League goal from John Fleck’s corner.
Harry Maguire equalised for Man Utd on 64 minutes, heading in Alex Telles’ corner.
But Sheff Utd restored their lead 10 minutes later when Burke’s first goal of the campaign went in off the underside of the crossbar.
Defeat leaves Man Utd in second on 40 points, one behind Manchester City, who have a match in hand.
while Sheff Utd remain bottom, but now move within 10 points of safety.