It has to be said that the first half was quite a boring affair and even with Man Utd going ahead just before the half came to a close through Scott McTominay deflected shot it was largely forgettable football from both teams.
There was a lack of imagination or creativity, both teams were giving the ball away as if it was going out of fashion and while there were no major errors of judgement there was constant losing of the ball and sloppy passing.
United did not really deserve the lead and was fortunate to get it and neither were Arsenal out of the game.
The second half started off a little better but nothing spectacular was happening and truth be told, it did not look it would but that all changed on the 59th mins.
Who else would it be? Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang does it again, this time latching onto a pass from Bukayo Saka, he cooly chips the keeper to equalise.
The goal was initially given offside, however, Aubameyang was clearly onside and the goal was given after a review by VAR.
The game picked up a little after that but was still a bit ponderous. Pepe was subbed on the 75th minute after an ineffectual performance and in the 77th minute Xhaka picked up his customary yellow card.
The game petered out to a draw and to be brutally honest neither team did enough to win but at the end of the day Arsenal was the away team and to come away from Old Trafford with a point is not a bad nights work.
There were no major mistakes, the defence stood strong, the midfield and the forward line should have done a bit more and will be disappointed with themselves.
Arsenal did not lose and a point is better than nothing.