Vital Football

Latest Manchester United News

Chelsea 2 - Manchester United 3 - Stats

Chelsea
2 - 3
Manchester United

Premier League

Stamford Bridge

28/10/12 16:00

Attendance: 41,644

Referee: Mark Clattenburg

ChelseaManchester United
Mata (44), Ramires (53)Luiz og (3), Van Persie (12) Hernandez (75)
Cech     De Gea    
Ivanovic     Rafael    
Cahill     Evans    
Luiz     Ferdinand    
Cole     Evra    
Ramires     Carrick    
Mikel     Cleverley     65
Oscar     66 Young    
Mata     72 Valencia    
Hazard     82 Van Persie    
Torres     Rooney     74
Substitutes
Turnbull     Lindegaard    
Azpilicueta     66 Anderson    
Bertrand     72 Giggs     74
Romeu     Scholes    
Sturridge     82 Nani    
Moses     Hernandez     65
Marin     Welbeck    
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
15
11
On Target
7
8
Corners
6
13
Fouls
11
2
Yellow Cards
2
2
Red Cards
0
52
%
48

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday October 29 2012
Time: 5:06PM

Comments

0
Here's some interesting stats for you:

http://www.sabotagetimes.com/football-sport/chelsea-fans-heres-the-evidence-of-the-manchester-united-referee-conspiracy/
fifthcolumnblue
30/10/2012 08:52:00
0
Here's some interesting stats for you:

http://www.sabotagetimes.com/football-sport/chelsea-fans-heres-the-evidence-of-the-manchester-united-referee-conspiracy/
fifthcolumnblue
30/10/2012 08:52:00
0
I have it on good authority from Chelsea fans that we were dominated in this game. Apparently 4% more possession whilst being the home team is domination. Not to mention we managed more shots (less from dead ball situations) playing away from home and also committed less fouls. I also have it on good authority that we couldnt score without luck against 9 or 10 so had they had 11 we wouldnt of scored at all even despite us putting 2 past them when they had 11 on pitch. Do they actually hear themselves speak? Do they back-up their arguments with level-headed facts or just hysterical remarks because they're bitter losers? The only stroke of luck throughout the entire game was he offside goal as the red cards were right decisions, well the Torres one was in the end. Chelsea were lucky Torres never got sent off when he deserved to. Chelsea are lucky it's only a one match ban when it should be three. Chelsea are lucky they were able to mount a comeback as had Torres been sent off when he was suppose to I doubt it would've happened. Chelsea are lucky Mikel never got a 2nd yellow for his foul on Evra. However, I have it on good authority that we were the lucky ones...
TheFamousNo7
30/10/2012 19:18:00
0
I have it on good authority from Chelsea fans that we were dominated in this game. Apparently 4% more possession whilst being the home team is domination. Not to mention we managed more shots (less from dead ball situations) playing away from home and also committed less fouls. I also have it on good authority that we couldnt score without luck against 9 or 10 so had they had 11 we wouldnt of scored at all even despite us putting 2 past them when they had 11 on pitch. Do they actually hear themselves speak? Do they back-up their arguments with level-headed facts or just hysterical remarks because they're bitter losers? The only stroke of luck throughout the entire game was he offside goal as the red cards were right decisions, well the Torres one was in the end. Chelsea were lucky Torres never got sent off when he deserved to. Chelsea are lucky it's only a one match ban when it should be three. Chelsea are lucky they were able to mount a comeback as had Torres been sent off when he was suppose to I doubt it would've happened. Chelsea are lucky Mikel never got a 2nd yellow for his foul on Evra. However, I have it on good authority that we were the lucky ones...
TheFamousNo7
30/10/2012 19:18:00
0
Finally got the result we've deserved at the bridge for a very long time, it'll just reset now and we'll have to wait many more years before getting another result we deserved numerous times before. As such whilst I'd like to think we will win tomorrow night I can't see it happening, Fergie will play a team made up of youngsters and squad players whilst Chelsea will be looking to win now more than ever and it will be a first team simply because Di Matteo knows his job still is far from secure and is effectively still playing for his job.
TheFamousNo7
30/10/2012 19:21:00
0
Finally got the result we've deserved at the bridge for a very long time, it'll just reset now and we'll have to wait many more years before getting another result we deserved numerous times before. As such whilst I'd like to think we will win tomorrow night I can't see it happening, Fergie will play a team made up of youngsters and squad players whilst Chelsea will be looking to win now more than ever and it will be a first team simply because Di Matteo knows his job still is far from secure and is effectively still playing for his job.
TheFamousNo7
30/10/2012 19:21:00
Page 1/1
  1. 1

Login to post a comment

Recent Manchester United Articles

Ibrahimovic Deal to be Completed This Week

Is the end of this particular story approaching an end?

Calls for Rooney to Quit the International Scene!

Okay, matters didn`t turn out as we either hoped or suspected they would over in France at the Euro 2016 Finals.

The Daily Mkhitaryan - 29th June

Another day brings more speculation!

Disappointment Ahead?

In chase for Spanish striker!

Archived Vital United Articles

Vital United articles from

Site Journalists

Red Boy
Editor email
Profile
Charlie Bacchus
no email
Profile

Current Poll (see more polls)

Should Rooney Quit the International Scene?
Suggested By: Red Boy
Yes!67%
No!33%
Undecided!0%
ScoopDragon Premier League Network Sites

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
C Leicester City 38 23 12 3 81 32
2 Arsenal 38 20 11 7 71 29
3 Spurs 38 19 13 6 70 34
4 Man City 38 19 9 10 66 30
5 Man Utd 38 19 9 10 66 14
6 Southampton 38 18 9 11 63 18
7 West Ham 38 16 14 8 62 14
8 Liverpool 38 16 12 10 60 13
9 Stoke 38 14 9 15 51 -14
10 Chelsea 38 12 14 12 50 6
11 Everton 38 11 14 13 47 4
12 Swansea 38 12 11 15 47 -10
13 Watford 38 12 9 17 45 -10
14 WBA 38 10 13 15 43 -14
15 Crystal Palace 38 11 9 18 42 -12
16 AFC Bournemouth 38 11 9 18 42 -22
17 Sunderland 38 9 12 17 39 -14
R Newcastle 38 9 10 19 37 -21
R Norwich 38 9 7 22 34 -28
R Aston Villa 38 3 8 27 17 -49
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News

Recent Manchester United Results (view all)

Manchester United Fixtures (view all)

Vital Members League Table

RankNamePoints
1.dobechukwu1
2.expertdocs1
3.Cathal P Forde1