Manchester united players celebrates

Manchester united players celebrates

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Manchester United got one over Chelsea on Sunday after beating the blues 4 goals to nil. After starting the match in a nice fashion, the blues we are the first to concede after Zouma brought down Marcus rashford and thereby allowing the forward to slot in from the penalty spot. At half time the red devils were on top leading contest.

What wasn’t in the Chelsea game plan, though, was to undermine their positive start with defensive errors, with Kurt Zouma the main culprit as his stray pass across the box found Martial, who fired tamely at Kepa Arrizabalaga seven minutes in.

Marcus Rashford rifles United’s opener into the top corner from the penalty spot
Marcus Rashford rifles United’s opener into the top corner from the penalty spot
Zouma got away with his first lapse but his second was punished. After referee Anthony Taylor played a brilliant advantage after a foul on Andreas Pereira, the Frenchman needlessly brought Rashford down, presenting the United striker with a penalty which he dispatched ruthlessly into the top corner.

Chelsea pushed for an equaliser before the break as Ross Barkley’s low drive was saved by the legs of David de Gea. And when a defensive lapse between Victor Lindelof and Wan-Bissaka saw an aimless cross find Emerson in space at the back post, the woodwork came to United’s rescue for the second time as the full-back’s near-post drive cannoned off the bar.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka impressed on his Premier League debut for United
Aaron Wan-Bissaka impressed on his Premier League debut for United
Emerson stung De Gea’s palms early in the second half as Chelsea picked up from where they had left off in the first, but their challenge unravelled when raced with a rampant spell from United.

Martial was given all the time and space in the world to bundle United’s second home from Pereira’s whipped cross on 65 minutes, and two minutes later Paul Pogba’s exquisite pass released Rashford in behind for his second, which he calmly slotted away.

Pogba then marauded forward and brilliantly to released James through on goal, and the 21-year-old marked his Premier League debut with a clinical finish into the bottom corner that sealed a perfect start to the season for United and underlined the scale of the task in front of Lampard.

The blues will be hoping to keep all these at the past and focus on Wednesdays parkour against Liverpool before playing Leicester City on Saturday at the Stamford bridge.

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