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United arrived at Selhurst Park on the back of two 0-0 draws against Real Sociedad and Chelsea respectively.
Palace, meanwhile, drew 0-0 with Fulham at the weekend and surely that means both teams would've been up for it tonight?
Not exactly. Both sides had a shot on target each and fans at home struggled to watch the action through a thick fog.
Shame there isn't enough fog to make this game unwatchable... pic.twitter.com/jZfTqa1eQd
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) March 3, 2021
In the second half, Dan James had a chance from a header while Mason Greenwood saw his effort from outside the box go just wide.
Patrick van Aanholt had a chance to snatch a win for the Eagles in the 89th minute but Dean Henderson made a vital save.
But neither side did enough to win the game and a 0-0 draw is probably what they deserved.
Fans watching at home have reacted to the game and even without the fog, they all agree it wouldn't have been the prettiest of games to watch.
Thankful for the fog. Atleast I can't see this sh*t clearly
- Trey (@UTDTrey) March 3, 2021
Can you imagine if that fog thickens enough for the game to be called off and they have to come back and do this to us again? It's enough to make you believe in a vengeful god.
- Jonathan Wilson (@jonawils) March 3, 2021
Hope the fog gets worse so I don't have to see anymore of this shite.
- Gaz (@CantonaManc) March 3, 2021
When having an obstructed view of a football match is actually a positive thing...
- Melissa Reddy (@MelissaReddy_) March 3, 2021
Wish the fog in this stadium was stronger
- Hassan (@ripthirtyfour) March 3, 2021
MOTM goes to the fog, for at least covering up some of the dire f*cking crap I have endured for the past 83 minutes...
- LTono Fernandes (@LJC_85) March 3, 2021
Bruno summoned the fog to help with his disappearing act
- Baldiola (@TeacherOfBall) March 3, 2021
United remain second in the Premier League but are 14 points off bitter rivals Manchester City in first, who defeated Wolves 4-1 on Tuesday.
The two Manchester clubs will face off in a huge derby clash on Sunday afternoon.
Palace, on the other hand, are 13th and now 11 points clear of the relegration zone.