Daley Blind's late second half strike helped a lacklustre Manchester United salvage a 2-2 draw against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns in their English Premier League football match.
United, who have now gone six games without an away win in the Premier League, their worst run for 18 years, looked sloppy in the opening stages and Stephane Sessegnon's well-executed finish put the home side ahead at half-time.
Substitute Marouane Fellaini equalised for United two minutes after the break but Saido Berahino put West Brom back in front before Blind's low strike in the 87th minute.
A draw for United keeps them sixth with 12 points from eight games, while West Brom move up to 14th with nine points.
In the absence of suspended captain Wayne Rooney, United boss Louis Van Gaal opted to start Robin van Persie as a lone striker with Adnan Januzaj, Juan Mata and Angel Di Maria willing runners in behind.
Van Gaal introduced Fellaini in place of Ander Herrera at halftime and the towering Belgian scored his first goal for United just after the break.
With time running out Netherlands international Blind popped up on the edge of the box and hit a precise low shot past the keeper to recuse a point and spare United's blushes.