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Manchester United drew their home game against Arsenal 2-2 at Old Trafford on Wednesday as Jose Mourinho’s players showed quite a bit of character.

United came from behind not once but twice to grab one point off the game following which Jose Mourinho praised his players for showing the fight that the team had been lacking for some time now.

The Red Devils scored the first goal four minutes after Arsenal had gotten infront and it was birthday boy Anthony Martial who put the ball into the back of the net from an Ander Herrara pass.

The first half ended 1-1 and just when Man United were trying to shift gears on the second half, Marcos Rojo made a wayward pass and then ended up scoring an own goal in trying to stop Alexandre Lacazette.

But the Gunners’ joy was shortlived with United equalising once again as soon as the match restarted.

This time it was Jesse Lingard who pounced on a loose ball and thumped it past Bernd Leno.

The goal was obviously a moment to celebrate for Manchester United and the club’s Twitter handle posted a picture of Lingard’s celebration.

And they captioned it, ‘not a cellphone in sight, just people living in the moment’ as the fans in the picture were seen rejoicing after the goal – minus any mobiles.

This was a jibe at the modern fans who are more busy shooting the game on their devices instead of enjoying the game.

But clearly, Manchester United had spoken too soon as soon keen-eyed people found something odd with the picture.

If you managed to zoom into the photo then you could actually see a man holding a cell phone.

The one fan spotted two cell phones.

Then there was a third.

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