A controversial penalty equaliser by Demba Ba denied United victory in a hotly-contested clash with high-flying Newcastle as Javier Hernandez also saw an injury-time goal ruled out for offside.
Rio Ferdinand's tackle on Hatem Ben Arfa looked a clean one but the assistant referee had other ideas and Mike Jones pointed to the spot. It cancelled out Javier Hernandez's opener, his first goal at Old Trafford this term, and the Tynesiders held out despite playing the final 12 minutes with 10 men when Jonas Gutierrez was sent off. Hernandez had the ball in the net again in the final seconds but again the flag appeared to be wrongly raised.
Sir Alex opted for experience in his XI with Ryan Giggs in central midfield alongside Michael Carrick and the Reds started quite promisingly with Hernandez having three early sights of goal. Unfortunately, the Mexican was unable to find a finishing touch after Wayne Rooney linked well with his strike partner.
Newcastle mustered a decent attempt of their own when Ben Arfa's scooped pass released Ba but the Magpies' top scorer's volley was comfortably saved by David De Gea. Ben Arfa needlessly berated Rooney, earning a yellow card, after the striker was penalised for a foul on Fabricio Coloccini but there were few
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