It was late drama at Stamford Bridge as Casemiro header beat Kepa Arrizabalaga to cross the goal line and earn Manchester United a much needed draw against Chelsea.
Scorers: Jorginho 87′ (PEN); Casemiro 90+4
Luke Shaw’s shot early in the game blew past the goal post for a goal kick.
Marcus Rashford also missed a one v one later on in the first half with a beautiful stop by Kepa who made himself big enough.
Anthony also missed another big chance to put United ahead but his near post right footed strike just went past the upright.
Raphael Varane also appeared to be in some troubles as he went off the pitch injured crying.
Trevor Chalobah also went close to breaking the deadlock but his header just hit the crossbar.
In the 85th minute, Scott McTominay wrapped his arms around Armando Broja, fouling the striker in the box as he was gunning to head a corner kick from Mason Mount. The referee pointed to the spot for penalty and the VAR concurred.
Jorginho sent David DeGea the wrong way and scored from the spot.
Manchester United came roaring back as they normally do with the Fergie time appearing to still be exisistent.
Casemiro jumped highest to connect Luke Shaw’s cross and head the ball past Kepa Arrizabalaga. The goal was confirmed by the goal line technology after Kepa pulled the ball from inside the net.