Neither Marcus Rashford nor Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could score in the first half. The two strikers had good chances at each end, but they remained goalless before the end of the first half.
Newly acquired Anthony had a fantastic opportunity to send Manchester United into the lead just before the break, but the shot went wide of the goal.
The match swung back and forth, and in the 73rd minute Trevoh Chalobah pushed the ball across the crossbar, but it did not go his way either.
Five minutes before the end of the match, substitute Scott McTominay overtook Armando Broja in a corner kick and did not let go until the Albanian fell to the ground. The referee pointed to the penalty mark, and Jorginho put the ball safely into the goal.
– He’s decapitated for McTominay, notes Samuel Lockhurst, a reporter for the Manchester Evening News in Manchester Twitter.
Chelsea looked to collect all three points at home at Stamford Bridge, but just four minutes into stoppage time, Casemiro headed the net.
Kepa Arrizabalaga gets a glove on the ball before it hits the post. Then the ball was a small millimeter or two above the line, before the Chelsea goalkeeper controlled the ball.
What a wild showdown, says Viplay expert Lars Theranos.
Thus, the Spanish goalkeeper’s streak was broken from five games without conceding a goal. For Casemiro, this was his first goal in a United shirt.
marked by damage
In the second half, Raphael Varane fell after a stand. He was clearly in pain and was in tears when he left the field.
“I think Varane fears the worst,” United legend Gary Neville commented on Sky Sports.
The Frenchman was a brilliant central defender alongside Lisandro Martinez, who joined in the summer after captain Harry Maguire found his way to the bench.
– He is very sad here, Varan, when he is leaving now and knows that this is dangerous. These are terribly sad pictures. Veplay commentator Andreas Toft says he’s totally broken.
United’s stopper has been a fixture in the French national team for a number of years and is a self-written name in the team that will play in the World Cup in just over a month. Now he risks losing the championship.
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