Manchester United won at Stamford Bridge in over a decade when they beat Chelsea 3-2, thanks to goals from David Luiz (own goal), Robin Van Persie and an off-side Javier Hernandez. The match was marred by a lot of controversial refereeing decisions from Mark Clattenberg, who was booed roundly by the Stamford Bridge crowd.
Manchester United did take an attacking approach to the game and it seems to have paid off very early in the match. Chelsea's horrendous defensive play did aid their cause and they raced away to a 2-0 lead. Chelsea replied in spectacular fashion, with their attacking quartists exhibiting their talents to the fullest. Oscar looked like the pick of the lot, snaking across the pitch and picking the right passes. Juan Mata replied for Chelsea with a stunning free-kick. David De Gea did his chances no harm with some wonderful saves that kept United in the lead. Chelsea equalised soon after half-time when Ramires bundled home a header from an Oscar cross.