Manchester United faced a three-goal deficit at Stamford Bridge, but came storming back with three-straight goals of their own to earn a 3-3 result with Chelsea, on Sunday.
The Blues had a seemingly comfortable lead following a goal where Daniel Sturridge knocked a shot off Jonny Evans for an own goal, and then two fine goals from Juan Mata and David Luiz.
But Chelsea conceded two penalty kick opportunities, and Wayne Rooney drilled home both shots. In the 84th minute, Ryan Giggs found Javier Hernandez, who headed the ball past Petr Cech nad after suspect Chelsea defending.
For Chelsea, surrendering three unanswered goals at home against a rival like Manchester United marks perhaps their lowest moment of the season, aside from the 5-3 drumming the club took from local rival Arsenal. For the Red Devils, a three-goal deficit should be a warning sign that the club has plenty of work to do if they expect to win the Premier League following the club's early exit from Champions League.
It's two points lost, Rooney said. We understand that. But after being 3-0 down -- the City players at home must have liked that -- we enjoyed the way we fought back.
Manchester United took 16 shots, with nine on goal, while Chelsea had 20 shots, with eight on goal. The Red Devils had possession for 56 percent of the match.
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