More Bad News for Man U as they Lose to Chelsea at halftime.
By MayorB9 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4628 views
Manchester United are currently playing Chelsea at Wembley for a place at the Emirates FA Cup finals.
The cracker is a much needed for both teams as they will want to play Arsenal at they Finals.
Chelsea scored late in first half to give Frank Lampard’s men one foot in the finals.
However, Manchester United have now been hit with a serious worry as they were forced to make an early substitution before the halftime whistle as Eric Bailey had a serious injury in which he was replaced by Anthony Martial in the 45th minute.
He was stretched out as there have been concerns that it might be a serious head injury.
However, Harry Maguire also had a head injury in which he had his head wrapped but he was lucky to continue in the match.
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