Stoke City held the lead for the majority of the match, but Wayne Rooney's stoppage time equalizer from a free kick saved a point for Manchester United. Rooney's goal made him United's all-time leading goal scorer.
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes: "We are disappointed but we need to pick ourselves up. We were within seconds of beating a very good Manchester United team.
"My only criticism to the guys is that we didn't keep the ball long enough. We are good enough to do that but we needed more care to get up the other end of the pitch.
"In the end we tried to protect what we had and I can't criticise what we did for the free kick."
Draw hard on Stoke - Hughes
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: "It was a big game with two teams in the beginning trying to win. But after 25 minutes one team tried to win and the other tried to defend, which they did amazingly well.
"They showed great work-rate and did everything to try and stop us. We did everything well except in front of our target.
"We missed unbelievable chances. We hit the post, the keeper saves, we missed chances. The opposition goalkeepers are always amazing against us."