Man United and Chelsea offered the match the fans had all been yearning for a while with both sides comfortable on sharing points. The Red Devils got the opener through Jadon Sancho before Jorginho equalised for the host through the spotkick. Wan Bissaka was the guilty part in Chelsea's penalty incident.
Different personnels have hadd their views on the performance of the stars in that particular match. The Fifth Stand has posted an article to highlight what happened during the 1-1 draw at the Bridge. Thiago Silva was rhe heart of Chelsea defence as well as earning a spotkick.
Rudiger named Jadon Sancho as the striker who troubled the Blues defence in ther 1-1 draw. The 21 year old game by numbers as per Statman Dave were 20 attempted passes, 14 successful passes, 1 dribble, 1 shot and 1 goal. His excellent composure gave Man United the opener.
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