Two powerhouses of English football, Manchester United and Chelsea, add another chapter to their long-standing rivalry as they cross swords once again in a scinitllating Premier League clash.
Erik ten Hag's Manchester United project is seemingly going down the drain with the former Ajax manager evidently losing games and his dressing rooms.
Fans and former Red Devils players have been left frustrated by United's recent results and the 1-0 defeat to Newcastle was a perfect example of the problems existing at Old Trafford.
Mauricio Pochettino's Chelsea, on the other hand, have finally found light at the end of the tunnel as the Blues have started strutting their stuff on the pitch.
Chelsea drew level in the first half through a fine goal from Palmer, but the Blues boss admits his side weren’t able to exert any dominance in the game.
“The other team deserved the victory,” Pochettino told Amazon Prime. “It was difficult at the start – they showed massive energy.
The thrashing of London-rivals Spurs, followed by a thriller against the reigning champions, and a composed victory against Brighton in the past few weeks have helped the fans.