A lucky escape for the Red Devils

While mentor and disciple neutralized each other, Chelsea returned to London still unbeaten this season, while United gave their fans another torturous match at Old Trafford, as the Red Devils struggled in the second half after Drogba’s 53rd minute opener from a corner kick, but eventually the “Fergie” time came to the rescue (YES, IT’S STILL ALIVE!!!), and RvP fired in the equalizer on the 94th minute following the dismissal of Ivanovic for a second bookable offense, with Courtois, who had been excellent till then, could only parry Fellaini’s header straight to RvP to score. Mourinho looked dejected on the touchline, but his respect for his mentor LVG made him contain his disappointment, and he went to United’s bench to greet the latter, same as he did before kick-off.


Di Maria shines in much awaited win

Angel Di Maria was United’s main man today, as the Argentine worked tirelessly for his first home appearance of the season, justifying already the allocation of the legendary No. 7 shirt to him. He was like a dynamo in midfield, moving across the lines to get the ball flowing to his mates, and defending as…