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Monday, August 26, 2013
 Full Time
Manchester United
HT: 0-0
Old Trafford (Attendance: 75,032)
Referee: Martin Atkinson
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Manchester United vs. Chelsea
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Chelsea remain top of the Premier League table after collecting a hard-fought point in David Moyes' first home league game as Manchester United manager. In a match of few chances, it was the defences who shone, denying the stars from both sides the platform and space to shine. An energetic Wayne Rooney, courted by the Blues, went close from range for United while Oscar had a series of half-chances for the visitors but, ultimately, it would be hard for either manager to make the case for their team to have collected all three points. Chelsea's attentions turn to the Super Cup in midweek while United prepare for the short trip to Anfield next weekend.
And that's full-time at Old Trafford. Manchester United and Chelsea can't be separated, as they draw 0-0.
Chelsea have the ball and are showing no real urgency to get it forward, preferring to hang onto the point. United rob the ball though and break up field, winning a corner. Meanwhile, Cesar Azpilicueta comes on for Eden Hazard.
There will be three minutes of added time at Old Trafford. Is there still another chance for either side?
That was nearly the long-awaited opener! First, John Terry heads Phil Jones' cross up and away from under his own bar, but then Ashley Young's header finds Robin van Persie on the penalty spot. The Dutchman's volley, though, is blocked bravely by a number of Chelsea defenders.
With five minutes to go, each manager must decide whether to stick with a point or risk a defeat to chase all three points. Jose Mourinho appears to have made his decision, and is preparing to bring on John Obi Mikel to sharpen his side up in midfield. Indeed, the Nigerian does come on, replacing Andre Schurrle.
Patrice Evra is down receiving treatment after his throat was on the receiving end of Nemanja Vidic's elbow. This is going to add plenty of injury time to whatever Martin Atkinson was planning on adding on.
A stunned Fernando Torres gets his name in referee Martin Atkinson's book for a late nibble on Tom Cleverley on the halfway line. Again, it's a harsh yellow card given other tackles which have gone unpunished this evening.
David Moyes' second substitution of the evening sees Danny Welbeck replaced by Ryan Giggs. Welbeck hasn't had a brilliant evening, missing what was probably United's best opening in front of goal.
Fernando Torres tries an ambitious headed attempt from the edge of the United area from a Branislav Ivanovic cross but it doesn't test David de Gea. Then at the other end, Wayne Rooney's long range effort forces Petr Cech to tip the ball wide. This could go either way.
United are now on the front foot. Ashley Young whips a vicious cross into the penalty area and Petr Cech can only palm the ball out towards the penalty spot. Frustratingly for the hosts though, there's no red shirt there to have a shot and Chelsea clear the danger.
And now Chelsea have a huge penalty claim. Ashley Cole nips past Phil Jones on the edge of the penalty area before throwing himself to the ground. Martin Atkinson waves play on and it would have been a very kind decision if the referee pointed to the spot there.
Chelsea are still struggling to penetrate the Manchester United defence in any way and Jose Mourinho is frantically gesturing to his players in an attempt to improve their creativity. At the moment, this looks destined to finish goalless, as two excellent defences continue to be on top.
That was close! A Chelsea cross from the left almost picks out the run of Oscar inside the penalty area but the Brazilian's leg can't quite hook the ball goalwards. Meanwhile Manchester United make their first change, withdrawing Antonio Valencia and bringing on Ashley Young.
United want a penalty after Tom Cleverley's goal-bound drive appears to strike a Chelsea hand but the referee Martin Atkinson isn't interested. The excitement has picked up at Old Trafford and this is a real end-to-end encounter now.
Just after an offside that saw Andre Schurrle hit the bar, Jose Mourinho puts an end to the experiment with the German up front. Fernando Torres comes on, replacing the largely ineffectual Kevin De Bruyne.
It's been all Manchester United in the second half but the final ball has so far been poor and Chelsea always have that counter-attacking potential. The Blues also have players who can hit it from range - and Gary Cahill's powerful strike is the closest they've come to a goal, forcing De Gea to save.
Danny Welbeck's team mates will be furious with him there, and rightly so. Receiving the ball 35 yards out and just to the left of the Chelsea goal, the England forward decides to try and bend a shot towards the top corner, but instead blasts high and wide when others were better placed. Just after, Wayne Rooney rolls Welbeck in inside the area but his finish is very poor as he fluffs it high and wide again.
Chelsea are still being restricted to shots from range. Eden Hazard has his first attempt of the match, driving low at the goal from 30 yards out but it's never going to trouble David de Gea, who drops on the ball gratefully. Jose Mourinho looks a little exasperated on the sidelines.
It's been a turbulent start to the second half and Manchester United very nearly created an excellent opportunity. Robin van Persie timed his run to perfection but Wayne Rooney's drilled pass just had too much juice on it for the striker, who would have had a one-on-one opportunity had he been able to gather the ball.
It will be interesting to see how long Jose Mourinho leaves it before turning to his bench. Chelsea had plenty of possession in spurts in the first half but lacked a cutting edge and the manager may be tempted to throw on one of his substitutes, with Juan Mata, Fernando Torres and Romelu Lukaku all hoping to get on.
We're off again at Old Trafford, with both Manchester United and Chelsea re-emerging from the dressing rooms unchanged. Will either David Moyes or Jose Mourinho be prepared to loosen the shackles of their team in an attempt to pick up the three points?
Manchester United and Chelsea have been unable to break the deadlock in the opening 45 minutes, in a match which has been more intriguing than explosive. Wayne Rooney, courted by Chelsea over the summer, has been energetic while strike partner Robin van Persie saw a goal-bound shot deflected behind. For Chelsea, Oscar has had several speculative efforts from the edge of the area but, on the whole, both defences have been on top, severely limiting space in the middle of the pitch. Whether the game will open up in the second period or not depends on how daring David Moyes or Jose Mourinho wants to be with the season still so young.
And that's half-time at Old Trafford. Manchester United and Chelsea can't be separated, with the scoreboard still reading 0-0.
Danny Welbeck gives the ball away in midfield sloppily allowing Chelsea to break with pace. Kevin De Bruyne's pass finds its way to Oscar on the edge of the area yet again but his strike is straight down the throat of David de Gea.
Robin van Persie almost has a chance as Wayne Rooney flicks the ball on with the inside of his right foot but the touch isn't deft enough and Petr Cech is there ahead of the Dutchman. It's going to take a more refined moment of quality to break the deadlock.
Manchester United are enjoying a good spell at the minute, passing intricately in the final third. The ball eventually falls to Tom Cleverley 20 yards from the Chelsea goal but his left-footed drive veers over the bar.
Tom Cleverley and Michael Carrick are having excellent games for Manchester United, minimising the space in which Chelsea's attacking quartet can operate. As a result, the Blues haven't been able to create as much as they would have wished.
And there's the first yellow card of the game. Kevin De Bruyne has it for a fairly innocuous challenge on Robin van Persie but is very unlucky to essentially take the fall for the earlier rash tackles from Cole and Valencia.
Martin Atkinson has made a conscious decision to show some leniency this evening. After Ashley Cole's let-off earlier, Antonio Valencia is the latest man to be lucky to escape a booking after cutting down Oscar with a late and reckless challenge. The winger won't get another chance.
You have to feel Wayne Rooney has a goal in him tonight. Tom Cleverley drills the ball into the feet of the forward on the edge of the Chelsea penalty area and he turns well before creating the space to get a low shot away. It lacks power, though, and is gathered easily by Petr Cech.
Robin van Persie is becoming more prominent in this match. He has another chance to test Petr Cech after getting on the end of Patrice Evra's cross but he's off balance and his header is high and off target.
Moments later, Robin van Persie has a chance at the other end of the pitch. Picking up the ball on the edge of the Chelsea box, he attempts to shift the ball onto his left foot and gets a shot away but it deflects into the side netting. It should be a corner but the officials again side with the defending team.
Chelsea exhibit some patient build-up play in the final third before playing the ball forward to Oscar on the edge of the Manchester United penalty area. The Brazilian's toe-poked effort comes off the outside of his right boot and veers a long way wide, though. He claims a corner but the referee gives a goal kick.
Play is a little untidy at the moment as both midfields attempt to disrupt their opponents' fluidity. As if to illustrate, Michael Carrick - usually such an accomplished passer of the ball - misplaces a pass before Ramires gifts possession back to United again.
Both defences look strong and as a result chances are at a premium. A frustrated Branislav Ivanovic strides forward and strikes the ball from 30 yards out but his shot is high, wide and not very handsome.
Ashley Cole chops down Robin van Persie on the halfway line as Manchester United look to break quickly. Referee Martin Atkinson does the left-back a favour, though, and decides not to issue him with a caution. It's a very lenient decision.
Manchester United win the first corner of the game after a last ditch Branislav Ivanovic tackle on Danny Welbeck inside the penalty area, but the set piece comes to nothing. United look sharp in possession but the Chelsea defence has looked strong.
The first real chance of the match falls to Chelsea. Kevin De Bruyne's low cross into the Manchester United box is only half cleared to the edge of the area, where Oscar tries a pot shot which is easily gathered by David de Gea. Jose Mourinho will be encouraged by that phase of play.
Neither side have been able to fashion a chance of note in the early minutes at Old Trafford but it's Manchester United who have probably had the steadier start. Wayne Rooney, in particular, has looked bright, hassling the Chelsea back four at every opportunity and demanding the ball from his team mates.
Wayne Rooney has an early opening after being slipped through by Antonio Valencia but can't find a way to get past John Terry on the edge of the Chelsea penalty area. The Old Trafford faithful have given the England forward a kind reception so far.
As expected, Andre Schurrle is playing as a genuine central striker for Chelsea with Oscar, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne operating behind him. The key for the visitors will be finding space in between the Manchester United defence and midfield - meaning Michael Carrick and Tom Cleverley have a very important role to play.
Martin Atkinson blows his whistle to get the first crunch match of the Premier League season underway. Both teams are wearing their traditional colours, with David Moyes' Manchester United wearing red and Jose Mourinho's Chelsea clad in blue. Which team will gain an early advantage in the race for the Premier League title?
The big team news from Old Trafford is that Wayne Rooney starts for Manchester United against the team hoping to secure his services before the month is out. United also start Danny Welbeck and Robin van Persie in what is an attacking line-up. Chelsea, meanwhile, spring a shock in their team selection, with Andre Schurrle looking set to lead the line ahead of the club's recognised strikers. Kevin De Bruyne also features, with Juan Mata having to settle for a place among the substitutes.
Full coverage of the first crunch Premier League fixture of the season will follow. Bradley King will talk you through an 8pm kick-off.
Martin Atkinson is the man in the middle at Old Trafford this evening. The Bradford-born referee took charge of Liverpool's 1-0 win over Stoke City last weekend and also had a midweek trip to Portugal to oversee Zenit Saint Petersburg's comfortable progression in the Champions League at the expense of Pacos de Ferreira. He will be assisted by Peter Kirkup and Simon Long.
Danny Welbeck scored twice against Swansea City last week to end a run of 19 Premier League matches without a goal. He scored just once for United in the league last year. After being denied from the spot by Hull City's Allan McGregor last week, Frank Lampard has missed two of his last three penalties, having previously scored all of the prior ten spot kicks.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said: "David has experience and he knows that he cannot change history. The history that Sir Alex did is there and it is there forever. Is that a problem for David? I don't think so. I think David doesn't want to be compared with Sir Alex. I think he's in the best moment of his career – maturity, experience, a big, big, big club, very good players. I think he's in a fantastic position and I think he's going to do very well."
Manchester United manager David Moyes said: "I'm really looking forward to it. It's a big day for me obviously, but it's part of the job at Manchester United. There are going to be a lot of big days but this game has come really early in the season... Maybe it's the wrong placement on the schedule. It‘s a fantastic game, but in the same breath it's early in the season, there are a lot of games to go and we'll take it one game at a time.”
Chelsea last travelled to Old Trafford in the Premier League as recently as May, when a 1-0 win over Manchester United lifted the Blues up to third in the league table, where they eventually finished. Juan Mata's late strike was enough to secure the victory - but the result is an anomaly in recent history. The Blues have won only twice at Old Trafford in the last seven years but Mourinho is fully aware of how to beat United, winning there twice in the 2004/05 campaign.
Chelsea's only major injury concern is David Luiz who has been missing since the start of the season with a hamstring injury. His fitness is improving but the trip to Old Trafford will probably be too soon for the Barcelona-linked defender. Jose Mourinho has plenty of options going forward and must choose between Fernando Torres, Demba Ba and Romelu Lukaku to lead the line, with the latter having perhaps earned his chance. Playmaker Willian is yet to finalise his move from Anzhi Makhachkala, with a work permit hearing set for Wednesday.
All eyes will be on whether United manager David Moyes selects Wayne Rooney in his starting XI, amidst the interest from Chelsea, or whether Danny Welbeck continues to play off Robin van Persie up front. Right-back Rafael will definitely miss the next month with a hamstring injury - Phil Jones is expected to deputise. Wingers Nani and Ashley Young are also doubtful while striker Javier Hernandez is another player who's unlikely to feature.
Two of the favourites for the Premier League title go head-to-head on Monday night when Manchester United host Chelsea at Old Trafford. The match itself is likely to be a fascinating spectacle, with newly-appointed United manager David Moyes getting his first crack at Jose Mourinho. The obvious sub-plot, though, is the ongoing Wayne Rooney saga. The striker is wanted by the Blues and, while Moyes insists he isn't for sale, it will be interesting to see how big a part the England international plays this evening; also interesting will be the reception from an irritated Old Trafford crowd.
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Team Stats
Manchester United Chelsea
0 Goals 0
0 Assists 0
13 Shots 8
3 Shots on Goal 4
4 Saves 3
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
21 Crosses 11
4 Corner Kicks 1
3 Offside 1
9 Fouls Committed 9
0 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
46% Ball Possession 54%
Manchester United
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1David De Gea 90 - 0 0 0 4
3Patrice Evra 90 0 0 0 - -
4Phil Jones 90 0 0 0 - -
5Rio Ferdinand 90 0 0 0 - -
10Wayne Rooney 90 0 0 0 - -
15Nemanja Vidic 90 0 0 0 - -
16Michael Carrick 90 0 0 0 - -
19Danny Welbeck 78 0 0 0 - -
20Robin Van Persie 90 0 0 0 - -
23Tom Cleverley 90 0 0 0 - -
25Antonio Valencia 67 0 0 0 - -
11Ryan Giggs 12 0 0 0 - -
18Ashley Young 23 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Petr Cech 90 - 0 0 0 3
2Branislav Ivanovic 90 0 0 0 - -
3Ashley Cole 90 0 0 0 - -
7Ramires 90 0 0 0 - -
8Frank Lampard 90 0 0 0 - -
11Oscar 90 0 0 0 - -
14Andre Schurrle 87 0 0 0 - -
15Kevin De Bruyne 60 0 1 0 - -
17Eden Hazard 89 0 0 0 - -
24Gary Cahill 90 0 0 0 - -
26John Terry 90 0 0 0 - -
9Fernando Torres 30 0 1 0 - -
12John Obi Mikel 3 0 0 0 - -
28César Azpilicueta 1 0 0 0 - -
Manchester United vs. Chelsea
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Manchester United 0-0 Chelsea
90' Half Over  Manchester United 0-0 Chelsea
90' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
90' Throw-In  Tom Cleverley (Manchester United)
90' Shot  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
90' Shot  Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United)
90' Corner Kick  Robin Van Persie (Manchester United) - Off Target
90' Substitution  César Azpilicueta (on). Hazard (off). (Chelsea)
90' Cross  Ashley Young (Manchester United) - Clearance Out of Play
90' Cross  Eden Hazard (Chelsea) - Completed Pass
90' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
89' Foul  Cahill fouled by Robin Van Persie (Manchester United)
89' Foul  Vidic fouled by Fernando Torres (Chelsea)
89' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
88' Shot  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
88' Shot  Robin Van Persie (Manchester United)
88' Cross  Phil Jones (Manchester United) - Headed Out - In Play
88' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
87' Substitution  John Obi Mikel (on). Schurrle (off). (Chelsea)
86' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
85' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
85' Foul  Schurrle fouled by Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
82' Foul  Terry fouled by Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
81' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
81' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
81' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
80' Yellow Card  Fernando Torres (Chelsea)
80' Foul  Cleverley fouled by Fernando Torres (Chelsea)
80' Foul  Young fouled by Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
79' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
78' Substitution  Ryan Giggs (on). Welbeck (off). (Manchester United)
78' Offside  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
78' Corner Kick  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) - Headed Out - In Play
77' Shot on Goal  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
77' Goal Kick  David De Gea (Manchester United)
77' Shot  Fernando Torres (Chelsea)
77' Cross  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea) - Off Target
77' Throw-In  Oscar (Chelsea)
76' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
75' Offside  Ashley Young (Manchester United)
75' Cross  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea) - Headed Out - In Play
75' Cross  Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
75' Corner Kick  Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
74' Cross  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea) - Clearance Out of Play
73' Cross  Ashley Young (Manchester United) - Defended by Keeper
73' Cross  Ashley Young (Manchester United) - Headed Out - In Play
72' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
71' Foul  Oscar (Chelsea)
70' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
68' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
67' Foul  Hazard fouled by Ashley Young (Manchester United)
67' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
67' Throw-In  Ashley Young (Manchester United)
67' Goal Kick  David De Gea (Manchester United)
67' Substitution  Ashley Young (on). Valencia (off). (Manchester United)
66' Cross  Eden Hazard (Chelsea) - Overhit
65' Shot on Goal  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
63' Cross  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United) - Defended
62' Shot  Tom Cleverley (Manchester United)
62' Cross  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United) - Headed Out - In Play
61' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
60' Cross  Patrice Evra (Manchester United) - Defended by Keeper
60' Goal Kick  David De Gea (Manchester United)
60' Substitution  Fernando Torres (on). De Bruyne (off). (Chelsea)
59' Offside  Andre Schurrle (Chelsea)
59' Shot on Goal  Gary Cahill (Chelsea)
59' Shot  Andre Schurrle (Chelsea)
57' Cross  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) - Clearance In Play
57' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
57' Cross  Robin Van Persie (Manchester United) - Deflected - Out of Play
56' Foul  Rooney fouled by John Terry (Chelsea)
56' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
56' Shot  Danny Welbeck (Manchester United)
55' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
55' Shot  Danny Welbeck (Manchester United)
53' Throw-In  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United)
53' Foul  Welbeck fouled by Oscar (Chelsea)
52' Cross  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea) - Clearance In Play
52' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
51' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
51' Shot on Goal  Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
51' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
49' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
48' Cross  Patrice Evra (Manchester United) - Headed Out - In Play
46' Foul  Jones fouled by Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Manchester United 0-0 Chelsea
45' Foul  Welbeck fouled by Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
45' Goal Kick  David De Gea (Manchester United)
45' Cross  Ramires (Chelsea) - Directly Out
45' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
44' Shot on Goal  Oscar (Chelsea)
43' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
43' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
42' Cross  Phil Jones (Manchester United) - Defended by Keeper
42' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
40' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
39' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
38' Shot  Tom Cleverley (Manchester United)
38' Cross  Phil Jones (Manchester United) - Clearance In Play
38' Cross  Patrice Evra (Manchester United) - Completed Pass
38' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
38' Cross  Patrice Evra (Manchester United) - Clearance Out of Play
36' Foul  Terry fouled by Antonio Valencia (Manchester United)
36' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
35' Foul  Oscar fouled by Robin Van Persie (Manchester United)
33' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
33' Cross  Phil Jones (Manchester United) - Directly Out
32' Yellow Card  Kevin De Bruyne (Chelsea)
32' Foul  Van Persie fouled by Kevin De Bruyne (Chelsea)
31' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
31' Foul  Oscar fouled by Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
30' Foul  Oscar fouled by Antonio Valencia (Manchester United)
29' Shot on Goal  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
28' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
27' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
27' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
26' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
26' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
26' Corner Kick  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) - Headed Out - In Play
25' Cross  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United) - Headed Out - Out of Play
25' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
24' Shot  Robin Van Persie (Manchester United)
24' Cross  Patrice Evra (Manchester United) - Off Target
23' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
23' Shot  Robin Van Persie (Manchester United)
22' Goal Kick  David De Gea (Manchester United)
22' Shot  Oscar (Chelsea)
19' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
19' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
18' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
18' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
17' Goal Kick  David De Gea (Manchester United)
17' Shot  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
17' Cross  Oscar (Chelsea) - Headed Out - In Play
17' Throw-In  Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
16' Cross  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United) - Deflected - Out of Play
16' Throw-In  Phil Jones (Manchester United)
16' Cross  Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) - Clearance Out of Play
15' Foul  Van Persie fouled by Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
14' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
13' Cross  Eden Hazard (Chelsea) - Directly Out
13' Cross  Phil Jones (Manchester United) - Defended by Keeper
12' Corner Kick  Robin Van Persie (Manchester United) - Headed Out - In Play
10' Shot on Goal  Oscar (Chelsea)
10' Cross  Kevin De Bruyne (Chelsea) - Clearance In Play
9' Goal Kick  Petr Cech (Chelsea)
7' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
7' Throw-In  Patrice Evra (Manchester United)
6' Offside  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United)
5' Foul  Terry fouled by Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
3' Cross  Antonio Valencia (Manchester United) - Completed Pass
1' Throw-In  Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea)
1' Start Half 
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