Chelsea Play Dramatic 1-1 Draw With Manchester United

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Casemiro scored a last-minute goal on Saturday evening to help Manchester United share in the spoils with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

United travelled to London on the back of a five-game unbeaten streak, while Chelsea were looking to keep up with their excellent form since Graham Potter took charge.


Erik Ten Haag’s men were the better side for the first half, and Chelsea only had goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga to thank for first saving from Antony and twice from Marcus Rashford.

Potter turned to the bench before half-time, bringing on Mateo Kovacic, who helped the Blues end the half with a slightly better showing.

The second half barely had any moments of real quality, but it was despair for Raphael Varane, who had to leave the game in tears after picking up an injury.

Substitute Scott McTominay pulled down Armando Broja from a corner kick, and when referee Stuart Attwell pointed to the spot, Jorginho stepped up to smash home for Chelsea.

Manchester United were not going to leave the capital empty handed as Casemiro popped up with a thumping header in the final minute to seal a draw with his first goal for United.

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