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CHELSEA 0-0 MAN UTD - Such a lack of quality from both teams?

No lack of effort though.

We need to start winning in these big games. This is a game we would have won last season.

7 Answers

  • 1 month ago

    Man Utd are making a habit of drawing 0-0 away from home, it’s almost like they are doing it deliberately. They need to pull their socks up or this will cost them a Champions League place. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    0-0 draws are never good, sorry to say it but it's true, sometimes in some circumstances I'd take a 0-0 draw and be happy with the point (at Man City for example) but I wouldn't say it was a good game, 0-0 draws are rubbish, unfortunately between top teams they're becoming more and more commonplace, Liverpool v Manchester United, Arsenal v Manchester United, Manchester United v Manchester City, Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur, all 0-0 draws and absolute garbage, if we drew 0-0 at Man City I'd say it's an excellent point but a crap game, ultimately people want to see goals, imagine seeing a rugby game that ends 0-0 ? no thanks.

  • ?
    Lv 5
    2 months ago

    It wasn't that good

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    You've done this pretty much all season in the EPL.

    imagine if you'd not lost to Arsenal and gotten a point there,  and beaten us at Anfield as well as West Brom and Everton.

    You should have at least 5 or 6 more points on the board if you had taken risks and 'gone for it' in some matches.

    obviously it doesn't always work that way and thats why in some games you have to accept the 1 point.

    That said,  you had a few chances to close the gap at the top between yourselves and city but you failed to do so.

    don't forget you even went top of the league for a brief moment in time and even then didn't make the most of it.

    I'd take a point against Chelsea because they're Chelsea.

    They've been one of the most successful clubs in the league in the previous decade, from 2010 to 2019 you can do a trophy count and see they enjoyed a silverware ridden decade.

    And they're fecking cvnts and so beating them is a joy of all joys no doubt,  but Chelsea v Man United had 'bore draw' written all over it from the moment I saw the fixture lol

    just be pleased it didnt end 1-0 to them.

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  • Monny
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Appalling game of football - absolute rubbish 0-0 draw.

    Utd have scored most and conceded more than the top 5 teams. Chelsea probably should have won that.

    If they're not careful another slide will be on the cards; although not as dramatic as Liverpools.

  • 2 months ago

    I'm not surprised we didn't manage to score.

    Unless I'm mistaken, we've scored one f*cking goal in a big league game this season and that was against Spurs at OT, which turned out so well (!).

    Yeah, I agree with you, teams tried but the quality wasn't there, although we did turn it on a bit at around the hour mark and McTominay could have done better with the pass.

    Chelsea had one or two good chances, but I think the game was about even, with both teams have smalls spells of dominance.

    On the bright side, still unbeaten away from home, but it looks like it may be over by this time next week, in the Derby, it's probably the only big league game this season where I'd accept a draw.

    One thing I've seemed to notice is that around the time we draw against a major team in bad form, they end up losing to a lesser team or two e.g. Liverpool's poor home run, yet somehow we didn't beat them - really weird.

    Source(s): Man Utd fan.
  • Ryan
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Easiest result to predict all season

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