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How Chelsea and Manchester United drew 1-1 in Premier League

ChelseaandManchester Unitedbattled to a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge in thePremier LeagueafterJorginhos penalty was canceled out byCasemiros injury-time equaliser.

In what was an engaging but goalless match for most of the 90 minutes, substitutions were the story early on. United controlled the first half-hour until Graham Potter made a tactical change, replacingMarc CucurellawithMateo Kovacicand creating a more level playing field.

Raphael Varane came off injuredin the 60th minute and showed great distress in doing so, covering his face with his jersey and leading to questions around his fitness ahead of next monthsWorld Cup.

Jorginho broke the deadlock with his goal from the spot in the 87th minute after McTominay was penalised for manhandling Broja during a corner kick.

But United answered back in the 94th minute through Casemiro as his header bounced off the post and eluded Kepa, only just trickling over the line.

The result is the fifth straight draw between the clubs, and leaves United one point behind Chelsea for fourth place in the table.

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Chelsea 1-1 Man Utd: Potter spots danger, Varane injury worry, Casemiros incredible leap

But Erik ten Hag was full of praise for Casemiros goal after the match:

Erik ten Hag reacts to Casemiros header and gives an update on Varane /GlGkkjpz6w

Asked about the homophobic chant that Manchester United supporters were heard singing during the match - and during the Premier Leagues Rainbow Laces celebration no less - Graham Potter responded: Clearly there is a lot of work to do.

Potter says post match: Clearly there is a lot of work to do.

Erik ten Hag was asked by Sky Sports if the team missed Ronaldo and said: Always. He can score goals and he is valuable for us. We need him, that is clear. I think I have said enough about this situation.

Liam Twomey, Nick Miller, and Liam Tharme have broken down the key talking points from this engaging match, from Graham Potters early tactical switch to Casemiros incredible late equaliser and much more:

Chelsea 1-1 Man Utd: Potter spots danger, Varane injury worry, Casemiros incredible leap

Listen to the reaction from the Manchester United supporters!

Manchester United fans went WILD at Stamford bridge after Casemiros equalizer!

Erik ten Hag to BBC Sport after the match: I have to make a big compliment to my team. To fight back with a fourth game in 10 days, you see the spirit and how they deal with setbacks. Really good.

First half Rashford had two big chances, Antony one against one. You have to score goals in such moments because in top games three chances is massive. You have to score.

We dictated the game and I am happy with that. If you concede a goal late it is difficult.

Eight minutes before half time we had some troubles but defence in the second half we didnt have troubles. The second half we didnt really create big chances, but also Chelsea didnt.

I think it is a fair result. I would have been disappointed if we had gone without a point because we didnt deserve that. At the end of a tough week to come here, you bring the point home.

On Varane: It is difficult to say how it is now because it is so soon after the game. We have to wait 24 hours and then we will know what it is.

Bruno Fernandes to Sky Sports after the match: The first half was really good from us after the tactical changes. We had some problems in the middle but we found our positions and had chances.

They get the goal from the penalty but we kept fighting, the spirit was amazing. A point is not what we wanted but its a good point.

The togetherness and the spirit is amazing, we showed it once again.

I dont know if it was a penalty. Scott said he was not holding him but Id have to see it again.

Asked about the Ronaldo situation, the midfielder added: We dont talk about that, no one else has to know what we think.

The most important thing for everyone, including Cristiano, is that the team wins.

Graham Potter to Sky Sports after the match: Its disappointing when its 1-0 as you can see the end, but over the course of the game a point is about right, even though we got into a position to win it. In the end we take what we can get.

I thought the players attitude on the pitch was fantastic. Its a hard, intense match in the middle of a really busy period so its a great foundation for us.

Kepa was a bit unlucky but its only just gone in and the first goal we have conceded in a while but we have to take the positives. I thought we couldve attacked a bit better at times. We had chances, they had chances so a point is about right.

Chelsea only deserved point against Manchester United Graham Potter

With draws seemingly the inevitable outcome of Chelsea vs Manchester United matches, both of these sides have not enjoyed many victories against the other in recent years:

Chelsea are now winless in their last ten Premier League meetings with United (D7 L3).

Similarly, United have won just two of their last 21 league games at Stamford Bridge (D9 L10).

Goal-line technology proving its worth yet again:

These clubs love to draw against one another, its their favorite thing to do in the whole wide world:

26 - No Premier League fixture has been drawn as often as Chelsea against Manchester United (26). Indeed, seven of the last nine meetings between the sides have finished level, including each of the last five in a row. Stalemate.

Our Manchester United reporter Laurie Whitwell makes a good point, saying that if United had lost this match 1-0 conversation would have naturally shifted to the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo:

Had United not scored the post-match debate about Ronaldos absence wouldve been loud + lasting.

Striker role went from Rashford to Fernandes to McTominay. Good chances were missed.

But that dramatic equaliser + unity in wild celebrations maintains positive mood.MUFC

What a dramatic finish! Honours are split at Stamford Bridge.

Casemiro heads the ball on goal, and Kepa cant keep it from just trickling over the line as goal-line technology confirms the score.

Jorginho cynically brings down Elanga from behind and is booked for it. Moments later Jorginho goes down like a ton of bricks after Martinez budged into him, but neither the referee nor VAR are interested.

Shaw puts in a very late challenge on Azpilicueta and sees yellow for it.

After much dissent in the aftermath of the referees decision that saw Fred booked, Jorginho coolly converts his penalty, sending De Gea the wrong way.