It was a crazy game - and one Manchester United fans will unfortunately not forget for many an year.
Fulham parked the bus at Old Trafford - with Steve Sidwell sneaking in to give them a lead against the run of play in the first half.
Two goals in two minutes looked to have one the game for United, with the addition of Adnan Januzaj finally looking like breaking down the cordon set up by Rene Meulensteen.
United then had the chance to tie the game up - but the team failed to take there other chances in the final 15 minutes.
And then, the unthinkable happened.
Steven Sidwell again the catalyst - dispossessing Michael Carrick before playing in Kieran Richardson. His shot was well saved - but the lofting rebound landed on the head of Darren Bent who tucked it away for a shock draw.
Many could easily say that United were unlucky.
They dominated possession, had 81 crosses, plenty of shots and Maarten Stekelenburg was on top form.
But United should have comfortably won this game - and no excuses can be made for that failure.
It is clearer now more than ever that this United side are not good enough to challenge for the title, nor a place in the Champions League.
One person who agrees is Joey Barton.
The former Manchester City midfielder was on his Twitter account throughout the game making his thoughts clear on the future of the United team - and wholesale changes seem to be needed to improve…
Oh wow. Man United behind again at home. Lovely pass from Holtby.— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 9, 2014
I still standby that statement I made a few months ago. This IS Man United's worst ever Premier league side. By a distance as well.— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 9, 2014
Mata looks a little lost. If Richardson had a little more nuance, Fulham could by at least 2 up. They need a total overhaul in the summer— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 9, 2014
2 fullbacks. At least one centre half. Couple of midfielders. And someone who can excite out wide. All the best Davey... #mufc— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 9, 2014
By the way, I still think they'll have enough to stay up this season, just...— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 9, 2014
United don't finish in the top 4 this year. Results and performances like this won't paper over those cracks.— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 9, 2014
Other horses have gotten younger, fresher and stronger. Whilst, that big red horse has become old and immobile. £100m+ spend coming up...— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) February 9, 2014
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