Chelsea drew 1-1 against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening in an early kickoff. After a well-taken opportunity created by a Jorgingho backline blunder, Jadon Sancho scored the game's first goal. Chelsea, on the other hand, drew level thanks to a VAR penalty ruling after a foul by Wan Bissaka in the 69th minute.
Chelsea's front line appeared unstoppable as they dominated much of the possession in both half, and David Degea's amazing save came to United's rescue.
Chelsea forwards were concerned by Aaron Wan Bisaka's outstanding and combative defensive awareness, which helped the Reds concede fewer goals against the League leaders.
Wan Bissaka was asked to offer his thoughts on the game versus Chelsea at a press conference after the closely contested match. Chelsea had a great game, he added, and they had the majority of the chances. He also picked teenage Chelsea star Hudson Odoi as the player who bothered him throughout the game, admitting that he was difficult to mark.
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