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Manchester United’s hopes of a last-minute victory were dashed as Mason Mount scored his inaugural goal for the club in second-half stoppage time, only for Kristoffer Ajer to net a 99th-minute equalizer, resulting in a dramatic finale on Saturday night.

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Despite dominating the first half and outshooting the Red Devils 31 shots to ten, Brentford couldn’t find the breakthrough until two goals arrived in the final moments of the game.

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The result sees Manchester United lose more ground in the race for a top-four finish, while Brentford remains without a win since February and teeters just five points above the Premier League relegation zone.

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Match Recap:
Brentford, without a victory since February, faced a Manchester United side eager for three points to keep pace with top-four rivals Tottenham and Aston Villa in the Champions League qualification race.

The game started evenly, but Brentford soon began creating better chances. Ivan Toney hit the woodwork after a well-timed pass from Yoane Wissa, while Mathias Jorgensen’s header struck the top of the bar from a corner.

Despite Brentford’s dominance, Manchester United managed just one shot on target in the first half, courtesy of Marcus Rashford’s speculative effort. The visiting defense was frequently exposed, with Vitaly Janelt and Mads Roerslev coming close to scoring.

Brentford continued to press in the second half, with Andre Onana denying Yegor Yarmolyuk and Keane Lewis-Potter. However, Mason Mount seemed to have secured victory for Manchester United with a late goal in the 96th minute.

Yet, Brentford responded immediately, as Ivan Toney set up Kristoffer Ajer for a 99th-minute equalizer, leaving both teams unsatisfied after an entertaining match that ended in a draw.

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