It was a not so good night as Chelsea was held to a goalless 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge against Man United in the English Premier League as they remain 5th on the table behind West Ham who sits 4th.
First Half Report Chelsea 0-0 Man United
It was a closely matched first half encounter between the two sides as the Blues saw more of the ball and created more goal scoring opportunities than their opponent who managed two strikes with one on target and the other off.
Chelsea dominated the affair as they did create chances which weren’t able to find the back of the net as Olivier Giroud came closest to scoring a goal which his finishing wasn’t good enough to make it happen for his side.
Man United had a call for a penalty in the first half as the ball hit the hand of a Blue player but after VAR review it wasn’t awarded as the match progressed with the home side creating more chances on goal.
The first half encounter ended with 0-0 as they both headed for the break with a goalless scoreline with Thomas Tuchel’s side in control of the game with ball possession to their side.
Second Half Report Chelsea 0-0 Man United
It was a different second half match between the two sides who couldn’t find a breakthrough in the first 45 minutes as the early stages produced some magic from both teams that almost scored a goal.
Man United came back into the game and started pressing very hard with back to back chances which saw Edouard Mendy pulling up some stunning save with Fred also almost going close to score but his strike went off target.
Chelsea were pegged back a lot mostly in the second half as the Red Devils created more chances but it was under control as Thomas Tuchel side was able to soak in all the pressure as the match went on to the last few minutes.
The game progressed without any goal coming from both sides who couldn’t score but yet continue to create more opportunities on goal which was the only talking points.
The match finally came to an end with 0-0 as both teams settled for a goalless draw which sees both teams remain unchanged on their positions in the League table with Blues remaining on 5th behind West Ham.