Manchester United fans Worry As Chelsea lead at halftime after two injuries
By ProvidenceOsomuko | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 6758 views
The Red devils were currently second best in their FA cup clash with Chelsea at Wembley Stadium. After a frustrating first 45 minutes the blues went on to score at the11 minutes mark as the extra time spurned on to 12 minutes.
A classic header from Olivier Giroud gave Chelsea the lead Aftwr Caesar Aspilicueta's cross came in after resumption from the temporary break as a result of multiple injuries. Eric Bailey had two clashes first with Kurt Zouma and later with Harry Marguire. This has surely cost some worries from United's fans.
Eric Bailey had been substituted for Anthony Martial. Well we hope to see more during the second half as Man United has only had few chances.While Chelsea has defended properly in this encounter.
Any club who wins might surely progress to the finals.Chelsea have the upper hand and they might be the winners because it would take a real shot for Manchester United to win.
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