A game in which one would never expect attacking football, turned out to be a surprising one. Seeing how both the teams have performed this season, one anticipated pure defensive football in this fixture However, the first 47 minutes of the game witnessed beautiful and energetic attacking football. Man United dominated the first half but failed to score.
In the latter half of the game, Chelsea looked better and prevented the Red Devils from netting any goals. It was a disappointing result for the home team as they could have easily bagged 3 goals and also the 3 essential points against this year’s Chelsea squad. Whereas for the Blues, the result was a good one as they managed to settle for at least one point rather than totally losing the 3. We now take a look on how Twitter reacted to this result.
Only positive from tonight is, when Schneiderlin-Herrera play together, our ability to retrieve ball-back becomes pretty top notch.
— HK. (@HammadKhaann) December 28, 2015
@ManUtd Nah i can’t take this anymore bruv, LvG has to get sacked or i’m committing sewer side
— Moe (@MemphisTekkers) December 28, 2015
Schneiderlin made a difference tonight. Plenty of times he scuppered Chelsea attacks. #mufc a better and more balanced team when he plays.
— Chris Fleming (@Chris__Fleming) December 28, 2015
Can’t blame LVG for any of that tonight we dominated and couldn’t score on a dart board just now . Hope January brings us a Striker
— eddie white (@1957eddie) December 28, 2015
Thought we played great
— ✖️ (@PartialMartial) December 28, 2015
If Van Gaal isn’t sacked now I’m done with football
— Arsal (@NaqliStark) December 28, 2015
Hiddink played for a draw while we could have easily beaten this Manchester United side
— Sahil (@HIL13M) December 28, 2015
Would have easily won this game under Jose.
— Upasana Singh (@Upasnicueta) December 28, 2015
United vs Chelsea would probably end in a boring 0-0 stalemate.
— Faisal. (@OneAndOnlyCFC) December 28, 2015
Can’t believe we played for draw at this point..
— Blues Talk (@TheBluesTalk) December 28, 2015