Casemiro scored his first goal for Manchester United in the fourth minute of injury time to grab a point against Chelsea on Saturday in a lively if scrappy 1-1 Premier League draw.
The midfielder, newly signed from Real Madrid, headed the ball fiercely just wide of Kepa Arrizabalaga and the Chelsea keeper could only palm it on to the post where it just crossed the line.
The two sides, battling for fourth place in the league, had been heading for a goalless draw until an 87th-minute Jorginho penalty looked to have settled the match in Chelsea's favour.
The Italy midfielder slotted calmly home after substitute Scott McTominay, defending a corner, manhandled Chelsea substitute Armando Broja to the ground.
The result keeps Chelsea, who had kept five clean sheets going into the match, in fourth place, a point ahead of their rivals.
United controlled much of the early exchanges, dominating the midfield and creating chances for Marcus Rashford and Antony, who forced Arrizabalaga into a fingertip save in the 13th minute and put a shot wide just before halftime with only the keeper to beat.
Chelsea manager Graham Potter brought on Mateo Kovacic to reinforce the middle before the break and the change earned the home side greater possession in the second half and a series of near chances for striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
But their best opportunity before the penalty was a strike from defender Trevoh Chalobah whose 72nd-minute header hit the bar.
United and France's World Cup squad will be concerned for defender Raphael Varane, who went over on his ankle midway through the second half and limped away looking distraught.
In the photo gallery above, Nick Judd has provided his player ratings for the Chelsea squad, while Andy Mitten gives his verdict on Manchester United. To move on to the next photo, click on the arrows or if using a mobile device, simply swipe.