PREMIER LEAGUE: MANCHESTER UNITED 0-4 CHELSEA

Pedro opens scoring for Chelsea

MANCHESTER CITY 0-4 CHELSEA FC

England Premier League Week 9: Manchester United 0-4 Chelsea FC

Titan England Premier League clubs Manchester United and Chelsea went head to head on Sunday at Old Trafford in a one-sided battle as both giant clubs seek to earn a top spot on the EPL Table this season.

Chelsea came out of the starting gate revved up and aggressive to score the first of their four goals within a minute of the match opening - then staying in control after their positive start to win the exciting match 4-0 before 41,424 supporters for both sides.

After the game both managers were asked what they thought of the result.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte was happy and optimistic.

"We made a fantastic start. We scored the early goal but we continued to play good football, intensity and possession, create many chances. Today we didn't concede, which was important. It was a type of win that increases the confidence,” said Conte. "We wanted to show our ambition and give the satisfaction to our fans and show last season was very bad."

Former title and trophy winning Chelsea boss and current Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho thought his side were far from playing their A game.

"You come with a strategy, you cannot concede a goal in the way we did. We were coming to have an offensive approach. We wanted to create chances; we showed that after the 1-0. The second and the third were counter-attack goals,” said Mourinho. "It is one of those days when you give the advantage to opponents by doing nothing. In terms of points, we got zero points, we lose three points. We are six points from the top, three from the top four, we now need to win matches. We need to win our matches now, which are not easy. We need to win to close that gap - after these last three matches, we made two out of nine. We now need points."

Coming up this week, both clubs have midweek derby matches to prepare for. Chelsea travel across London to face West Ham in the EFL Cup fourth round on Wednesday at the Olympic Stadium and Manchester United host noisy neighbours Manchester City at Old Trafford in a not-tobe-missed Manchester Derby in the same competition on the same day.October 26.

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Manchester United 4-0 Chelsea

Optimistic Manchester United football players arrived for training at Old Trafford before their massive EPL Match Week 9 clash with Chelsea after totally crushing Fenerbahce 4-1 in their Group A Europa League match at Old Trafford stadium. Great football tickets are still available for sale online from the world’s top football tickets marketplace, LiveFootballTickets.com!

New Man United manager and former Chelsea FC manager Joes Mourinho admitted ahead of the game that he is not invincible – and he was right.

The Red Devils manager headed back to West London for the first time since he was fired last December. United got in the groove on Thursday as United trounced Fenerbahce in the 2016 Europa League Group Stage match. Newly hired and highly paid midfielder Paul Pogba finally delivered for United with a world-class match-winning performance and Wayne Rooney returned to the fold putting in a powerful performance as United captain.

Chelsea won the match 4-0 as the London Blues earned a third straight victory, and another clean sheet, devastating Manchester United to move up to fourth in the Premier League table on goal difference.

Chelsea skipper Gary Cahill scores second goal

Chelsea’s Pedro opened the scoring within the first minute before stand-in skipper Gary Cahill extended the lead midway through the first half. Eden Hazard made it 3-0 after the break before N'Golo Kante made it 4-0 with his first goal for Chelsea, from a Pedro flick.

Thibaut Courtois earned a clean sheet, not missing a save making crucial first-half saves from Ander Herrera and Marcus Rashford and then denying Jesse Lingard and Zlatan Ibrahimovic after the break.

Conte made no changes to this side that beat Leicester last weekend, with Cesar AzpilicuetaDavid Luiz and Cahill continuing at the heart of the defence. Pedro made his 50thappearance for the Blues while Diego Costa, who scored his seventh goal of the season last weekend, led the line.

An injured Wayne Rooney and former Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata started on the bench for United.

Pedro’s spectacular opening goal was the fastest Premier League goal of the season so far.

David Luiz stopped a Marcus Rashford delivery from scoring the equalizer.

The visitors made one change at the break as Mata replaced Marouane Fellaini, and Paul Pogba dropped into a deeper position alongside Herrera.

Squads

Chelsea

CourtoisAzpilicuetaDavid LuizCahill (c); Moses, KanteMatic, Alonso; Pedro(Chalobah 71), Diego Costa (Batshuayi 77), Hazard (Willian 77). Unused subs: BegovicAina, Terry Oscar.
Scorers Pedro 1, Cahill 20, Hazard 61, Kante 70
Booked Pedro 1, David Luiz 40, Alonso 65

Manchester United

De Gea; Valencia, Smalling (c), Bailly, Blind; Herrera, Fellaini (Mata h/t); Rashford, Pogba, Lingard (Martial 65); Ibrahimovic. Unused subs: Romero, Rojo, Darmian, Carrick, Young.
Booked Bailly 29, Pogba 74

Referee Martin Atkinson

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Chelsea #1 goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtis

Chelsea #1 goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtis

Chelsea #1 goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtis

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte

Chelsea skipper Gary Cahill celebrates scoring second goal

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard celebrates scoring his sides third goal with Diego Costa

N'Golo Kante scores 4th goal for Chelsea

N'Golo Kante scores 4th goal for Chelsea

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