CHELSEA AND MANCHESTER UNITED PLAYED OUT A ONE ALL DRAW
The much anticipated blues and red clash at Stamford bridge ended in a one all draw
The much anticipated clash between Manchester United and Chelsea played out to a one all draw. It was a kind of a puzzle when Micheal Carrick leave out Ronaldo from the starting line up, making a decision for the Portuguese maestro to start from the bench.
That decision shows that Micheal Carrick's Manchester United is wary of Chelsea's attack and mode of play, thereby setting up a caustious squad to face the blues at the bridge.
But it was a disappointing moment for the blues when SANCHO pounce on a mistake by Gorginho to open the scoring for the visitors. But Aron Wan-Bisakka gave away a penalty which gorginho converted to draw the blues level.
The match ended in a one all draw after a glorious chance was missed by Anthony Rudiger, the last kick of the game.
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