Chelsea take all three points at the Bridge
Manchester United against Chelsea at home has been pencilled in both teams diary, underlined, in bold and in black permanent marker pen since the beginning of the season and then again when the match was postponed in late December last year. And amidst the negative headlines featuring Ashley Cole and Wayne Rooney, both players performed incredibly well along with the rest of their teammates to provide an absolute thriller at Stamford Bridge last night.
The reigning Premier League Champions have an impressive undefeated record at Stamford Bridge that goes back 9 years against the 18 time winners but Manchester possibly needed only a draw last night to edge even further ahead in the title race.
The game started emphatically with Chelsea throwing some deadly attacks forward and in only the second minute we saw a goal from a corner which unfortunately for Chelsea did not count as the whistle had gone earlier for a foul in the box on Vidic by Terry. The red devils responded with an attack which was quickly shut out by David Luiz who passed on to Ramires who combined with Anelka to leave the referee chasing shadows to keep up with the play, Anelka found Malouda outside the box for a free shot but the shot was a good as the Frenchman