Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani rode his luck during the Carabao Cup win over Everton at Goodison Park on Wednesday night. Uruguayan international Cavani was a major topic of discussion at the end of the Carabao Cup quarterfinal tie between hosts Everton and Manchester United. The new Manchester United signing missed some clear-cut opportunities in the first half of the game as he was denied on several occasions by the Everton goalkeeper, Robin Olsen.EdinsonCavani was making his first start for the Red Devilssince returning from a muscle injury sustained at a recent league game at West Ham United and he could have given Manchester United a lead at the half-time break if he was clinical in front of goal.

EdinsonCavanihad been in a battle with Everton centre back Yerry Mina since the start of the game and he took it up a notch by grabbing the throat of the player in an incident that could have led to his dismissal. Cavanigrabbed Yerry Mina by the throat before pushing him down. Centre referee Andrew Madley missed the incident and with VAR absent from the Carabao Cup quarterfinal ties this season, EdinsonCavaniescaped punishment. He would go on to score one of the goals that took Manchester United into the final four of the Carabao Cup.