Manchester United was held at a 1-1 draw of a Premier League fellow top four budding Chelsea, with David de Gea guilty of another big mistake in a big match.
Manchester United's hopes of ending the 2018-19 season with four top Premier League results took a big hit on Sunday when Chelsea's rivals took part in a 1.1 draw at Old Trafford.
With Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, who lost their matches on the weekend, Manchester United had a great chance to make the situation and move on to the Premier League table and they started well. club, after some fine work by Romel Lukaku and Luke Shaw.
Chelsea grew into the game with time and found a way to balance from close to half. Antonio Rudiger stumbled from a distance to Manchester's goal, which David de Gea set off right into the path where Marcos Alonso was published.
The other half went without great chances for both sides until it stopped, replacing Marcas Rojo from the corner outside the goal, before Gels was denied Chelsea striker Gonzalo Higuain in the last second. both teams shared prey.
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The result meant that Manchester United will remain sixth in the table, three points off the fourth-placed Chelsea with only two matches left in the season. Here's how we rated Red Devils on Sunday.
David de Gea: 4/10
The Spaniard had much to do for most of the first half, until the fateful moment when he had poured out a direct rescue from Rudiger's conquest and allowed Alonso to cope. He made a decisive rescue to deny Higuain late, but another mistake in the high profile game from de Gea, after his mistakes against the Arsenal, Barcelona, Manchester City players, broke his confidence.
Ashley Young: 6/10
A much better display from Captain Manchester United compared to his recent appearances. I seemed to get ahead when the opportunity was presented and several invitations were delivered to the box. He defended himself well against Chelsea's live left side.
Eric Bailly: 6.5 / 10
Returning to the initial lineup after recovering from his head injury, Côte d'Ivoire had a solid game behind. He made as many matches as a United player until his day ended with an injury that ended the season. He came close to scoring with a header from Young's Corner before that in the game.
Victor Lindelof: 7/10
Another stable and composite Swedish international display. He had some problems with Higuain, who barely offered a threat on that day. He used the ball well when held.
Luke Shaw: 7.5 / 10
Performance full of energy and purpose from Manchester United. He ran up and down the left wing and set Mata on the opening goal with an arrow and a neat Spaniard card. Defensively and reliably.
Nemanja Matic: 6/10
Returning to the starting lineup after being knocked out of the derby in the week, Serb made a much better move compared to his disastrous trip against Everton. Secured things in control in the middle of the field, circulating the ball well, though he could show more adventures with his at times occasionally. Luck that he got away with the trembling elbow on Cesar Azpilicueta.
Ander Herrera: 7/10
Middle-field Spaniards, which was obtained from a hamstring problem to go back after having missed nearly two months, was apparently something that Manchester United was missing. They squeezed their rivals firmly, got into the challenges, and split well when they were in possession. Losing the PSG would be a hit for Manchester United.
Paul Pogba: 6/10
A little hit and miss for the French on Sunday. He showed his quality on the ball and caused some problems to Chelsea, while on many occasions he was also guilty of holding her too much and trying to do everything on his own. He tried hard to find a second goal after the break, but I couldn't inspire the win.
Juan Mata: 7/10
The only goal of the Manchester United match was in the 11th minute. He adds that the creative spark of the Red Devils attack seems to lack so much, but his influence diminished as the game lasted. Scott McTominay married him.
Romelu Lukaku: 7/10
One of his better displays in recent memory, the Belgian attacker has caused a lot of Chelsea backline problems with his power and movement. She lost her chance soon, but changed to a beautiful pass to Shaw, headed for the goal. However, steam seemed to run out in the second period.
Marcus Rashford: 5/10
His pace was a problem for half of Chelsea's soul Antonio Rudiger and David Luize, but Rashford's final product and decision in the last third remained highly desirable. He played through a shoulder injury, he was taken off the hour mark.
Alexis Sanchez: 5/10
He replaced the wounded Rashford a bit after the hour mark. There was little influence on the management, but it worked hard.
Marcos Rojo: 5/10
He came to the injured Bailly in the 71st minute. He could easily be sent to call William, but he got away. Unhappy that he didn't get at the time of the injury.
Scott McTominay: N / A
Replaced Mata in the 81st minute. Added energy.