Ralf Rangnick’s Manchester United continued with their lacklustre performance on Saturday, drawing 2-2 with Aston Villa.
United looked all set to win the game 13 minutes remaining after two Bruno Fernandes goals.
But Jacob Ramsey and Coutinho, who came off the bench with 20 minutes to go having joined on loan from Barcelona in midweek, created a famous comeback at the Villa Park.
Despite being without Cristiano Ronaldo due to a hip injury, the Red Devils started with great intent with Fernandes giving the lead after his tame strike from range somehow bobbled through the legs of goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.
However, United could not hold on to their lead as Ramsey got the Villa Park crowd rocking with a well-taken finish with 13 minutes left.
And Roy Keane was disappointed with how United let the lead slip.
“For United, you get 2-0 in front and you think it’s game over but then we saw the weaknesses in United: that lack of control, particularly in midfield, and they give away a couple of goals they’ll be disappointed with,”
“It shows their shortcomings. The table doesn’t lie, they’re seventh now. There are still plusses, there is quality and we saw that today. But there’s still that bit of weakness. There was no aggression. United looked tired in the second half.”