A wasteful Chelsea fell to a 1-1 Premier League draw against Manchester United on Sunday.
Despite playing the lion's proportion of possession, limiting their fighters to just three pictures and firing off 24 efforts themselves, the Blues were left disenchanted at full time.
The hosts came out of the blocks strongly and David de Gea was compelled into saves earlier than the 5-minute mark. Callum Hudson-Odoi had the great of those possibilities, breaking free in the field and firing at De Gea following a couple of errors from Alex Telles and Victor Lindelof.
After those early scares United became more cushty in their form and restrained Chelsea to efforts from distance. One of those pot-shots almost opened the scoring at the 1/2-hour mark with Antonio Rudiger's thundering effort clattering the bar.
Despite defending quite nicely, United were pitiful in final 0.33, registering an embarrassing 0.02 xG in the first 45 minutes.
That parent shot up 5 minutes after the damage when Jadon Sancho changed into surpassed the simplest of probabilities. Jorginho failed to control a excessive ball underneath stress from Sancho and Marcus Rashford and the previous nicked it away, raced through on aim and frivolously slotted it beyond Edouard Mendy.
Just after the hour mark, Chelsea were exceeded a lifeline while Aaron Wan-Bissaka worn out Thiago Silva in the box following a nook. Jorginho stepped up for his shot at redemption and made no mistake, placing his effort into the bottom-left nook.
After this Chelsea had been the handiest team that looked like scoring with Timo Werner denied by a final-ditch Wan-Bissaka block 10 minutes from time and Antonio Rudiger blasting a volley over on the lower back put up in 2d-half of stoppage time.
This become the nearest the Blues came to securing the victory and whilst they stay pinnacle of the Premier League desk, their lead is just one point following this weekend's consequences.
Here is how both sets of players rated on Sunday afternoon...