Tottenham Hotspur rallied from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Manchester United in a thrilling Premier League clash on Friday (NZ time) that left the visitors cementing fourth spot.
The point left United six points clear of fifth-placed Spurs with two games in hand and all but put paid to the London side's hopes of Champions League football next season.
Jadon Sancho put United ahead after seven minutes when he cut in from the left and struck a low right-foot shot into the far corner past three defenders and goalkeeper Fraser Forster.
Rashford made it 2-0 just before halftime when he ran onto a long ball from Bruno Fernandes, outpaced Eric Dier and fired past Forster after Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg lost possession.
Tottenham fullback Pedro Porro got the hosts back in the game when he hooked a shot past keeper David De Gea in the 56th minute after a Harry Kane effort was blocked.
The goal lifted Spurs and they created several more chances before Son Heung-min swept home a Kane cross in the 79th minute to rescue a point under interim head coach Ryan Mason.
Callum Wilson scored twice as Newcastle United tightened their grip on a Champions League qualification place with a thumping 4-1 victory at second-bottom Everton, deepening the relegation crisis at the Goodison Park club.
Joelinton and Jacob Murphy were also on the scoresheet as Newcastle had too much quality for an Everton side who were last relegated in 1951 but are now facing that very real prospect. Dwight McNeil netted a late consolation for the home side.
Newcastle are in third place with 62 points from 32 games and well on course for a first Champions League place since 2002.
Everton are second-bottom, two points from the safety zone and facing a crunch visit to fellow strugglers Leicester City on Tuesday.
In the third match of the day, Marcus Tavernier's 50th minute goal lifted Bournemouth to a 1-0 win over bottom-placed Southampton.