Chelsea 1-1 Man Utd: The hosts stay above United after a dramatic final

Casemiro’s stoppage-time header gave Manchester United a thoroughly deserved point in a dramatic final against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Jorginho’s late penalty looked to have given Chelsea a narrow victory when he sent goalkeeper David de Gea the wrong way after substitutes Scott McTominay and Armando Broja messed up at a corner.

It would have been a tough defeat for United, but their performance was rewarded when Casemiro stepped in six minutes into stoppage time to meet Luke Shaw’s cross, Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga getting a touch but unable to stop the ball crossing the line.

United, who left Cristiano Ronaldo out of the squad as a disciplinary measure after refusing to come on as a substitute in the win over Tottenham, had the better chances as they dominated the first half.

Erik ten Hag’s side were in good form and looked much more dangerous, Kepa saving well from Marcus Rashford and Antony, the latter also missing a great chance in the clearance.

The second half was tighter and ended with that furious finish, but the main concern for United now is an injury to defender Raphael Varane, who left the pitch in tears as he fears for his World Cup chances with France.

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  • 21dos SantosBooked in 32 minutes
  • 8Bruno Fernandes
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  • 12Malacia
  • 17Fred
  • 22Heaton
  • 28Pellistri
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