- Manchester United – Chelsea 4-1
Chelsea were in total disarray at Old Trafford. They gave away scores, lost big and were humiliated.
On the 3-0 score, Bruno Fernandes tunnelled Wesley Fofana before the same man fouled him. On the penalty kick, Fernandes waited out the goalkeeper and placed the ball in the opposite corner.
– He is completely humbled, commented Pål André Helland on Viaplay about Fofana.
– It shouldn’t be possible to cope like that there, when you have been brought to the club as a big centre-back, says Henning Berg.
Holding his breath: – Worried
The experts could hardly believe what they saw from the Chelsea players. Fofana gave the ball away in front of his own goal so Rashford could make it 4-0.
– They are completely out to run the entire Chelsea team, they do not play as a team, cannot defend themselves and are disinterested. It is incredibly sad, continues Berg.
– It’s absolutely horrible all the way through. Simply terrible. They are screaming for summer holidays and a new manager. The house of cards here has collapsed at a terrible speed, butchers Pål André Helland.
– Chelsea are miserable. No leadership, sloppy, fires Gary Neville on Sky Sports.
He adds that Manchester United could have scored two or three more goals at the end.
Manchester United to Norway
The big club is about to end the season in 12th place. They have tried to sack both Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter as managers, but without success. Under club legend Graham Potter it has only gotten worse.
– It must be terrible for him. It has been a painful few months since he returned, writes the BBC about Lampard’s managerial comeback at Chelsea.
After the 3-0 score by Fernandes, it ended with uproar when Chelsea’s Enzo Fernández smoked in the tufts of several Manchester United players. The referee gave yellow cards to the midfielder and Tyrell Malacia.
– It is actually heartwarming to see that they are annoyed by something, commented Neville on Sky Sports.
With the victory, Manchester United are ready for the Champions League next season.
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