After the drama of Goodison Park we moved our attention to London, to Stamford Bridge, and to Chelsea v Manchester United.
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Full-time: Chelsea 2-3 Manchester United
16.47 – Mata crosses and Torres draws a spectacular save from de Gea. Much better from the striker.
In the next wave, Rooney is booked for a foul on Hazard and gives away a dangerous free-kick.
A VERY dangerous free-kick, as Chelsea have scored!
A wonderful strike from Juan Mata, who curls it beyond the United goalkeeper. In the next attack Mata nearly stabs Chelsea level, but de Gea stays big.
17.06 – We’re back and Chelsea go on the attack – Mata attempts a volley from the edge of the area but Carrick gets a block in. Chelsea look like they’re in the form now.
17.51 – Five minutes of stoppage time here, and Valencia gets in on goal but his shot is so appalling it almost kisses the corner flag.
17.56 – That’s it, and Manchester United have a victory at Stamford Bridge. There is now just one point between the two teams.
Referee Mark Clattenburg is front and centre. The decision to send off Ivanovic was justified, but not the sending off of Torres. Javier Hernandez’ winner was off-side, while Chelsea did not have the personnel to try and fight back.
Now for the fallout! Thanks for keeping up…