Manchester United came back from 2-0 down to beat Crystal Palace after Nemanja Matic scored a stoppage-time screamer from outside the box.
Andros Townsend had put Crystal Palace ahead before Patrick van Aanholt doubled their lead.
The Crystal Palace players slumped to the floor at full time after a much needed result was snatched from them at the last.
Sportsmail’s Sami Mokbel has compiled five things we learned from the Premier League tie.
Nemanja Matic scored a stoppage time winner as Manchester United beat Crystal Palace
Incredibly, Andros Townsend’s opener was the first time Crystal Palace have ever taken the lead against Manchester United in the Premier League.
Palace hadn’t won any of their previous 19 top-flight meetings against the Old Trafford club. Prior to last night, the last time the London club recorded a league win over United was in May 1991 when goals from Ian Wright and John Salako secured victory for the Eagles in the old First Division.
Andros Townsend fired Palace in front after just 11 minutes before United’s comeback
Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw’s lack of football is a key concern for Gareth Southgate ahead of the World Cup. Playing regularly, the two youngsters would be shoo-ins for Southgate’s squad for Russia 2018, which kicks off in 100 days.
But yet again the England hopefuls started on the bench at Selhurst Park. Worryingly, Rashford – who came on as a half-time substitute – has started just twice in 2018, both in the FA Cup. Shaw has started five games since the turn of the year.
Marcus Rashford (right) came on as a half-time substitute and has only started twice in 2018
New signing Crystal Palace signing Diego Cavalieri took his place on the bench for the first time following his arrival as a free agent last week.
The former Liverpool keeper will provide competition for current first-choice Wayne Hennessey until the summer when his deal runs out. But Hennessey can expect to start next season as a substitute with Vicente Guaita expected to arrive from Getafe on a free trasnfer.
Wayne Hennessey (right) can only look on as Chris Smalling sparks a United comeback
What’s bugging Paul Pogba? It’s the million dollar question.
The United midfielder cut a disconsolate figure in the first half. He isn’t happy and isn’t fussed who knows it. Pogba’s body language isn’t painting a pretty picture right now. Throwing his arms up in disgust when things aren’t going his way, a surefire sign that he’s blaming everyone but himself.
Even referee Neil Swarbrick got an earful after the half-time whistle.
Paul Pogba raises him arms in frustration as he see’s his side go 2-0 down at Selhurst Park
Wilfried Zaha is expected to step up his rehabilitation from a knee injury towards the end of this week, news that will provide Crystal Palace’s survival hopes with a huge boost.
The winger has missed the last month of the Eagles’ season, a significant loss for the south London club given his undoubted importance. The attacker has resumed running, but his sessions will intensify in the coming days ahead of his return to full training.
Wilfried Zaha who has been out injured for a month will step up his rehabilitation this week