The chose Premier League this weekend’s matches will be played at Stamford Bridge, where Chelsea master Manchester United on Sunday. The hosts are in flying form, ranking fairly high in the Premier League table, while the guests remain in ninth position in the transition period after being fired. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer… Stay tuned as we build Chelsea vs Manchester United and then updates from the match itself.
Chelsea – Manchester United SCORE: 1-1
This is the start of our live blog between Chelsea and Manchester United, which we will follow on news of this highly anticipated Premier League match. As always, the most recent entries.
Minute 87: What was Fred thinking?
Edward Mendy’s pass was intercepted from the back by Fred, who preferred to try to throw the Chelsea goalkeeper rather than find Jesse Lingard or Cristiano Ronaldo. Mendy read it and snatched it comfortably out of thin air, but what a relief for Chelsea.
Minute 82: Lukaku joins the fight
Romelu Lukaku replaced Timo Werner as he celebrates his first game since injury against one of his former clubs.
Minutes 79: Werner blocks the shot.
The ball appeared to hit Timo Werner’s feet in United’s box, but as soon as he got hit, Wan-Bissaka came out of the net to block a key shot.
Minute 78: Chelsea returns to the bench.
Thomas Tuchel made his first changes to the game: Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic replaced Marcos Alonso and Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Minute 77: Another change at United
In Manchester United’s second substitution, Jesse Lingard is replacing Marcus Rashford in a surprise.
Minute 69: GOAL FOR CHELSEA!
Jorginho, despite his poor results from the spot lately, took a step forward and sent a shot to the lower left corner. Chelsea 1: 1 Manchester United…
Minute 67: CHELSEA PENALTY!
Thiago Silva fell into Manchester United’s penalty area after Aaron Van-Bissaka kicked the ball while trying to get rid of the ball after a corner kick. An easy solution for the referee. Will Jorginho be able to atone for his previous mistake?
Minute 64: United’s first substitution
Cristiano Ronaldo replaced the striker Jadon Sancho. Rashford had just hit the right flank where Sancho was playing and Cristiano was on the left and Bruno Fernandez was still playing with a phony nine.
Minute 58: United is causing trouble
Sancho’s goal gave Manchester United a huge boost in terms of their confidence as they now move the ball and counterattack more. In particular, Marcus Rashford really came to the fore.
Minute 50: GOAL FOR UNITED!
After a corner from Chelsea, striker Bruno Fernandez’s long clearance controlled Jorginho terribly, who came back last, giving Jadon Sancho a chance to reach the loose ball and carry it to the net. Then I kept his composure and shot past Edward Mendy. Chelsea 0: 1 Manchester United.
Minute 46: The second half begins
Manchester United started the second half. Let’s see how long it will take before Michael Carrick turns to Cristiano Ronaldo, who is on the bench.
HALF: Chelsea 0-0 Manchester United
There were no goals here at Stamford Bridge yet, but Chelsea were by far the more dangerous of the two teams. Manchester United’s plan to hit the Blues on a counterattack did not pay off, as evidenced by the fact that the statistics show 10-1 in Chelsea’s favor.
Minute 44: Consolidated Appeal of Sentence
Fred ran up to Antonio Rüdiger and tried to appeal the penalty, but the referee did not blow the whistle correctly.
Minute 41: A missed opportunity for United
Fred’s ball went over Jadon Sancho to see the Englishman try to control it on his chest, but his light touch sent the ball into the hands of Edward Mendy.
Minute 36: Hudson-Odoi’s kick is repulsed
Bruno Fernandez’s free ball in his own half gave Hudson-Odoi a couple of touches before hitting, but De Gea dealt with it easily.
Minute 31: CHELSEA IN THE BAR!
Hudson-Odoi returned the ball to Antonio Rudiger, who was about 25 yards from the goal and saw his shot fly off the crossbar. Really good effort by the Chelsea center-back.
Minute 18: Ziyech tastes a thrilling sight.
United lost the ball in midfield, prompting a counterattack by Chelsea when Marcos Alonso knocked out Hudson-Odoi, who laid the ball out for Ziyech to kick his first left foot into the far corner, but interrupted when he flew a yard or about above the counter.
Minutes 11: While the whole Chelsea
Manchester United spent the first 11 minutes in their half of the field at Stamford Bridge and Chelsea looked very menacing. On United’s attack, Bruno Fernandez has very little effect on the fake nine, while Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho remain anonymous.
Minute 4: De Gea saves United
Marcos Alonso’s head bump on the Hudson-Odoi path was missed by Eric Bailly before Chelsea’s number 20 got to him, ahead of Victor Lindelof, which caused him to open his body and try to find the far corner after finding himself one on one. with De Gea, but the Spanish goalkeeper made a great save.
Minute 3: First frame of the game.
Callum Hudson-Odoi made a cute pass into the box for Hakim Ziyech, who stood with his back to goal, turned around and kicked with his right foot, but De Gea comfortably saved him.
16:30 GMT: 1st minute
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16:05 GMT: Carrick on Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure
“Several amendments and changes compared to last night have refreshed the situation a little. Game plan, ideas, ”Michael Carrick told Sky Sports.
“We had a good chat with Ronaldo and he was great, we decided to go the same way today. It’s a decision to pick a team, I don’t think it needs more drama. It’s okay, all the boys who left the team were amazing, including Crisitiano, and he was ready to perform if necessary. “
15:40 GMT: Manchester United squad
Interim boss Michael Carrick has named Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench while it looks like Bruno Fernandez will be acting as a false nine.
Starting lineup for Manchester United (4-3-3): David De Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, Alex Telles; Scott McTominay, Nemanja Matic, Fred; Jadon Sancho, Bruno Fernandez, Marcus Rashford.
15:30 GMT: Chelsea squad
Chelsea do not have N’Golo Kante and Ben Chilwell due to injury, which is why Ruben Loftus-Chick and Marcos Alonso joined XI. Today, the Blues have a very strong bench, with Tomas Tuchel facing off against the likes of Cesar Azpilicueta, Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, Christian Pulisic and recently recovered Romelu Lukaku.
Chelsea starting line-up (3-4-3): Edward Mendy; Trevo Chalobah, Thiago Silva, Antonio Rudiger; Rice James, Jorginho, Ruben Loftus-Chick, Marcos Alonso; Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Callum Hudson-Odoi.
15:00 GMT: No snow in London
Snow fell in northern England today, which has canceled the match between Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur, but it is clear, albeit very cold, in the capital.
14:30 GMT: Thiago Silva: Ronaldo is easier to spot than Messi
Chelsea center-back Thiago Silva says identifying Leo Messi is more challenging than facing Sunday’s rival Cristiano Ronaldo.
“The slight difference is that Messi, who has one-on-one or two-on-one, is difficult to stop,” the veteran said in a conversation with ESPN ahead of Sunday’s game.
“As for Ronaldo, I’m not saying it’s easy, but one player can take the marks and the other control — it gives you more security in the rear. However, Messi and Ronaldo are both capable of incredible things – like Neymar. However, I find it harder to defend against Messi than against Ronaldo. ”
When and where to watch Chelsea vs Manchester United
ChelseaPremier League match with Manchester United kicks off at 16:30 GMT UK local time. For those in the United States, start at 11:30 ET and 08:30 PT.
Viewers in the United Kingdom can tune in to watch the game on Sky Sports and the Sky Go app, while Premier League fans in the United States can watch together on Peacock and fuboTV.
Predicted start XI Chelsea
Ben Chilwell (ACL) and Mateo Kovacic (thigh) will concede the Blues, but Romelu Lukaku may return to the game, while Kai Havertz and N’Golo Kante have doubts about injuries, and both of them are unlikely to play.
Projected Chelsea squad (3-4-2-1): Edward Mendy; Trevor Chalobah, Thiago Silva, Antonio Rudiger; Rice James, Jorginho, Ruben Loftus-Chick, Marcos Alonso; Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi; Timo Werner.
Manchester United’s predicted start
Raphael Varane and Paul pogba injured while Harry Maguire will skip due to suspension and Mason Greenwood may not be available because they have tested positive for COVID-19. Luke Shaw, Fred and Edinson Cavani there are also doubts about the injury.
Projected Manchester United squad (4-2-3-1): David De Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, Alex Telles; Nemanja Matic, Scott McTominay; Jadon Sancho, Bruno Fernandez, Marcus Rashford; Cristiano Ronaldo.