Premier League Manchester United managed to draw after being dragged into relegation zone Newcastle.
Manchester United took the lead in the 7th minute to Saint-Maximin and started off uneasy.
In a counterattack situation, the defenders were blown away before they formed their lines.
He opened the goal again in the 38th minute of the first half, but it was swept away when the offside was declared.
After facing numerous crises, Manchester United, who had endured thanks to dazzling saves from goalkeeper De Gea, balanced it out with a goal from Cavani in the 26th minute of the second half.
Cavani took the ball from the flank without delay and made a right-footed shot, and when it came back after being blocked by a defensive wall, he quickly attempted another shot and pierced the corner of the goal.
After a hard 1-1 draw, United remained in 7th place, while Newcastle moved to 19th in the relegation zone.
In the midst of this, last week’s Premier League recorded the highest number of confirmed cases since the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Premier League Secretariat announced last week that a total of 103 people, including players and club staff, tested positive, the highest number since weekly counting began in May of last year.
15 league matches have already been postponed for this month alone, and the spread of Omicron mutations is continuing an unstable schedule.
Paris Saint-Germain’s Mbappe was selected as the ‘Globe Soccer Player of the Year’ hosted by the European Football Clubs Association and the European Agents Association.
Mbappe, who played a leading role in France winning the 2018 World Cup in Russia, was also active in the European Nations League, which ended in October, leading France to victory.