Everton's Ashley Williams gets a red card in the closing moments of the game against Manchester United during their English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, Tuesday April 4, 2017.
Ashley Williams was sent off for handling a goalbound shot by substitute Luke Shaw, enabling Ibrahimovic to calmly score the equaliser from the spot.
If results go against United on Wednesday, they could enter the weekend in sixth place and as many as seven points off a Champions League berth.
"We started playing in a way where we don't feel so much the lack of confidence of some of the boys, so we start playing more direct". It's an easy life for them.
"I think we deserved a little bit more".
"It is a hard one for the linesman, I am not critical of him at all, I just say when the VAR comes it will help everyone, especially them".
"He needs maturity and maturity comes with responsibility". I think he has a future here.
Wayne Rooney was left out of the United squad altogether, with manager Jose Mourinho saying that his captain was suffering with ankle problems. Jose Mourinho's side, whose form has been so underwhelming recently at their "Theatre of Dreams", were facing the end of their 19-match unbeaten streak in the league as luck had earlier deserted them.
Watford won a second match in succession by beating West Bromwich Albion 2-0, with Troy Deeney becoming the first player to score in four straight Premier League games at Vicarage Road. Today, as has been the case all season, Everton were pretty damn good but not quite good enough to do something of real effect. "Not enough. There are some teams where three chances three goals three points".
"This season, he scored his last goal in September". Because I can not compare him with Ashley Young, or with Matteo Darmian, or with Daley Blind.
Mourinho said he wanted Shaw to accelerate his learning process to fulfil his potential at the club. "The spirit in the second half was phenomenal", he said.
It was his 27th goal of the season in all competitions, including his 16th in the league.
The 35-year-old had a header chalked off incorrectly for offside in the 71st minute and Mourinho felt this marginal call going the wrong way strengthened the argument for the introduction of video assistant referees (VARs) following FIFA's recent trials.
"I see it as two points dropped", Carrick said.