Manchester United was dumped out of the FA Cup against Chelsea with a 3-1 defeat on Sunday. Two critical mistakes from David De Gea and an own goal from Harry Maguire caused the saddening defeat.
In the first-half stoppage time, Olivier Giroud pushed Chelsea ahead and any hopes of returning were defeated when Mason Mount’s error let another shot in.
United had better results when they faced Tottenham in Leicester. The team is now looking forward to another victory against Leicester in the Premier LEague season’s final day. Eric Bailly suffered two head clashes and was stretched off before half-time. Despite lengthy treatment on the pitch, Eric Bailly was taken off wearing a neck brace and reports confirmed he was taken to a local hospital. Also Read– English Premier League 2020 Fixtures|Live Streaming
GK David De Gea, 3 — Picked ahead of Romero for the first time in this season’s FA Cup, the Spanish international could have performed better with Giroud’s goal and made a critical mistake as Chelsea went 2-0 up.
DF Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 5 — Got pushed under a cross at the back post that let Marcos Alonso get a header at goal when the score was 0-0, while two Chelsea goals came from moves that developed down his side.
DF Brandon Williams, 6 — Lost the ball to Mount in the build up to Chelsea’s second, but played well after coming back from an eye injury. Made a fine tackle on Callum Hudson-Odoi late on.
DF Eric Bailly, 6 — Took two severe hits to the head and was taken off before half-time.
DF Harry Maguire, 6 — Was bandaged up after a head clash with Bailly, and missed a chance to score
MF Nemanja Matic, 6 — Performed well by Giroud’s effort when Chelsea tried to score a second goal. Took a good header chance over the bar.
MF Fred, 5 — Poor handling of the ball in the first half and was then substituted off for Pogba.
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MF Bruno Fernandes, 6 — Took a couple of strong challenges as Chelsea tried to decrease his threat. Confidently dispatched his penalty.
FW Daniel James, 5 — Started alongside Marcus Rashford but was soon substituted when Chelsea moved up 2-0.
FW Marcus Rashford, 6 — Looked full of energy in the first half but the team didn’t give him a chance to score.