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Chelsea 1 Manchester United 0

Emirates FA Cup quarter-final | Stamford Bridge | Attendance: 40,801 | Scorers: Kante 51’


Manchester United’s defence of the Emirates FA Cup came to an end on Monday evening, as the Reds were narrowly defeated 1-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.


Jose Mourinho’s men more than matched the Premier League leaders for much of the first half, but it was Ander Herrera’s dismissal on 35 minutes that proved the game’s pivotal moment.

It took six minutes of the second period for the home side to make their numerical advantage count, as N’Golo Kante fired home from the edge of the box, a goal which ultimately separated the sides.

In the absence of attacking trio Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Anthony Martial and Wayne Rooney, it was left to Marcus Rashford to lead the line in West London. The youngster was named in the starting line-up alongside Henrikh Mkhitaryan, a scorer in United’s previous outing, last week’s 1-1 draw against FC Rostov in the Europa League. Also back in the fold was Matteo Darmian, who was named in a five-man defence, while Ashley Young retained his spot in midfield.

Eager to avoid a repeat of October’s 4-0 league defeat in West London, and roared on by 5,644 travelling fans, the Reds made an encouraging start, winning a corner inside the opening two minutes.

United soon fashioned a goalscoring chance, too, as Rashford was challenged on the edge of the area, allowing Mkhitaryan the chance to take over and shoot narrowly wide. In what was a lively start, the hosts then went close on 15 minutes, as Eden Hazard span away from Chris Smalling in midfield before sprinting towards goal and seeing a low effort diverted behind for a corner by David De Gea's fingertips.

From the resulting set-piece, the ball fell at the feet of the Blues’ stand-in captain, Gary Cahill, who would have opened the scoring but for a stunning save from the returning De Gea. So often has United’s no.1 produced world-class moments, and this was yet another, as the Spaniard dived low to his right to palm the ball away.

Tensions were as high off the pitch as they were on it, with both Antonio Conte and Mourinho – back at the club with whom he won the FA Cup at United's expense in 2007 – kicking every ball from the touchline. Things then threatened to boil over 10 minutes before the break when, having already been booked for blocking Hazard, Herrera was sent off for a second foul on the Belgian.

It was a decision that left the travelling fans in disbelief, and the Reds with a mountain to climb going into the second half.

HALF-TIME MATCH STATS


Possession:
Chelsea 65% United 35%
Shots: Chelsea 8 United 2
On target: Chelsea 2 United 0
Corners: Chelsea 3 United 1

As expected, Chelsea looked to start the second half on the front foot, keen to make the most of their one-man advantage. Cesar Azpilicueta’s low cross was cleared from in front of Diego Costa, before Victor Moses had an effort well blocked on the edge of the box.

The hosts continued to apply pressure and, at the next attempt, it paid off to United’s cost. This time, with the Reds defending deep, and after moving the ball from left to right, Kante was afforded a yard of space and drove a shot into the bottom left-hand corner from 20 yards.

It was a setback which left United in need of some inspiration and it so nearly arrived just before the hour mark. After David Luiz had misjudged a long ball, Rashford ran onto it before twisting and turning his way past Cahill, but he was denied by a crucial sprawling save from Thibaut Courtois.

Just seconds later, at the other end, Chelsea nearly capitalised on their goalkeeper's work by breaking away in numbers. With blue shirts queuing up at the far post for a tap-in, Willian opted to side-foot the ball back into the area, when perhaps he could have scored himself.

Looking to make amends, the winger stung the palms of De Gea with 18 minutes remaining, after finding room to shoot in the area. United introduced Jesse Lingard shortly after and the Reds immediately went close, as Paul Pogba’s effort flashed wide of both Courtois and the post.

It proved to be the final sight of goal for the visitors, as the Reds bowed out of the FA Cup. Attention will now turn to Thursday’s Europa League Round-of-16 second leg against FC Rostov, as the big games continue to come thick and fast.

FULL-TIME MATCH STATS

Possession:
Chelsea 75% United 25%
Shots: Chelsea 19 United 4
On target: Chelsea 4 United 1
Corners: Chelsea 10 United 2

THE TEAMS

United:
De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Smalling, Rojo, Darmian, Herrera, Pogba, Young (Lingard 81’), Mkhitaryan (Fellaini 37’), Rashford.

Subs not used: Romero, Bailly, Blind, Carrick, Mata.

Booked: Herrera, Young.

Sent off: Herrera.

Chelsea:
Courtois, Azpilicueta, David Luiz, Cahill, Alonso, Moses (Zouma 88’), Kanté, Matić, Willian (Fabregas 80’), Hazard, Costa (Batshuayi 90+3).

Subs not used
: Begovic, Terry, Chalobah, Pedro.

Booked
: Costa.

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Six talking points from Chelsea 1 United 0

It was always unlikely that Manchester United's FA Cup quarter-final clash with Chelsea would pass without incident, and Monday's meeting at Stamford Bridge certainly got people talking.


N'Golo Kante's goal ultimately brought the Reds' cup defence to an end and ManUtd.com's Ryan Grant was in attendance to see the action unfold. Here, he highlights five talking points from the game...


1: HERRERA'S FIRST-HALF RED CARD
Undoubtedly the pivotal moment, Ander Herrera's sending off 10 minutes before half-time changed the complexion of the whole game. The midfielder was, perhaps harshly, shown a second yellow card for tripping Eden Hazard just minutes after another foul on the Belgian, leaving the Reds with 10 men for the remainder of the contest. The dismissal also signalled the end for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, as the Armenian was substitured off for Marouane Fellaini. Herrera will now serve a two-match domestic ban that will force him to miss upcoming Premier League games against Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion.

2: DE GEA'S WORLD-CLASS SAVES


De Gea yet again proved why he is regarded as one of the world's top goalkeepers as the Spaniard produced some fine saves when called upon at Stamford Bridge. His first was an excellent fingertip stop to deny Hazard's powerful effort and that led to a save-of-the-season contender from the resulting corner, with David somehow getting down to his right to claw Gary Cahill's shot around the post. The majority of those inside the stadium - myself included - thought the ball was destined for the back of the net, but once again De Gea had the final say. Like those in front of him, De Gea put his body on the line, notably clashing with Costa on what was another standout night for the shot-stopper, despite the end result.

3: UNITED SHOWED TOGETHERNESS


Despite the numerical disadvantage, the Reds produced a battling defensive display that was encapsulated by Antonio Valencia. The Ecuadorian was imperious as a right wing-back, regularly on hand to deal with the threats of Willan, Hazard and Chelsea's top scorer, Diego Costa. Equally impressive was Marcos Rojo, who gave everything for the cause to protect David De Gea's goal, yet this was truly a team display. There are certainly positives to withdraw from Monday's efforts.

4: RASHFORD PLAYED THROUGH ILLNESS
Marcus Rashford overcame a bout of illness to lead the line for United in the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Anthony Martial and Wayne Rooney. "The decision comes from him, he understood the situation, that he was the only one with a chance to play and he put himself on the line," Mourinho said.

To his credit, Rashford did not stop running throughout. Sights of goal were few and far between for the youngster, who at times found himself isolated following Herrera's dismissal, but he so nearly claimed an equaliser just before the hour mark. After racing past David Luiz onto a long ball, the youngster turned Cahill inside out and dribbled into the box, only to be denied by the out-stretched arm of Courtois. Yes, it was a frustrating night for both Rashford and United, but the attacker displayed maturity beyond his years.

5: JOSE'S WORDS FOR POGBA
Paul Pogba came away from this quarter-final clash with praise from the boss. Alongside substitute Marouane Fellaini, the Frenchman faced the thankless task of trying to shackle Kante and, at the other end, went close to finding a late equaliser when his low shot flew just wide. Speaking to MUTV afterwards, Mourinho said: "I have to say that Paul Pogba was by far the best player on the pitch, he was a giant on the pitch and after him all my other players were fantastic."

6: OUT OF THE FA CUP
The bottom line is that United are out: Chelsea will meet Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-finals, with Arsenal also meeting Manchester City. Yet the Reds still have the Europa League to fight for and that campaign resumes on Thursday with a Round of 16 second-leg tie against FC Rostov at Old Trafford.

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Jika seandainya nanti Chelsea juga juara liga dan juara piala FA apakah United selaku juara piala liga yang akan menghadapi Chelsea di Community Shield yaa ?
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Satu kompetisi lepas, jadi bisa fokus mempertahankan posisi 6 di klasemen
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Six talking points from Chelsea 1 United 0

It was always unlikely that Manchester United's FA Cup quarter-final clash with Chelsea would pass without incident, and Monday's meeting at Stamford Bridge certainly got people talking.


N'Golo Kante's goal ultimately brought the Reds' cup defence to an end and ManUtd.com's Ryan Grant was in attendance to see the action unfold. Here, he highlights five talking points from the game...


1: HERRERA'S FIRST-HALF RED CARD
Undoubtedly the pivotal moment, Ander Herrera's sending off 10 minutes before half-time changed the complexion of the whole game. The midfielder was, perhaps harshly, shown a second yellow card for tripping Eden Hazard just minutes after another foul on the Belgian, leaving the Reds with 10 men for the remainder of the contest. The dismissal also signalled the end for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, as the Armenian was substitured off for Marouane Fellaini. Herrera will now serve a two-match domestic ban that will force him to miss upcoming Premier League games against Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion.

2: DE GEA'S WORLD-CLASS SAVES


De Gea yet again proved why he is regarded as one of the world's top goalkeepers as the Spaniard produced some fine saves when called upon at Stamford Bridge. His first was an excellent fingertip stop to deny Hazard's powerful effort and that led to a save-of-the-season contender from the resulting corner, with David somehow getting down to his right to claw Gary Cahill's shot around the post. The majority of those inside the stadium - myself included - thought the ball was destined for the back of the net, but once again De Gea had the final say. Like those in front of him, De Gea put his body on the line, notably clashing with Costa on what was another standout night for the shot-stopper, despite the end result.

3: UNITED SHOWED TOGETHERNESS


Despite the numerical disadvantage, the Reds produced a battling defensive display that was encapsulated by Antonio Valencia. The Ecuadorian was imperious as a right wing-back, regularly on hand to deal with the threats of Willan, Hazard and Chelsea's top scorer, Diego Costa. Equally impressive was Marcos Rojo, who gave everything for the cause to protect David De Gea's goal, yet this was truly a team display. There are certainly positives to withdraw from Monday's efforts.

4: RASHFORD PLAYED THROUGH ILLNESS
Marcus Rashford overcame a bout of illness to lead the line for United in the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Anthony Martial and Wayne Rooney. "The decision comes from him, he understood the situation, that he was the only one with a chance to play and he put himself on the line," Mourinho said.

To his credit, Rashford did not stop running throughout. Sights of goal were few and far between for the youngster, who at times found himself isolated following Herrera's dismissal, but he so nearly claimed an equaliser just before the hour mark. After racing past David Luiz onto a long ball, the youngster turned Cahill inside out and dribbled into the box, only to be denied by the out-stretched arm of Courtois. Yes, it was a frustrating night for both Rashford and United, but the attacker displayed maturity beyond his years.

5: JOSE'S WORDS FOR POGBA
Paul Pogba came away from this quarter-final clash with praise from the boss. Alongside substitute Marouane Fellaini, the Frenchman faced the thankless task of trying to shackle Kante and, at the other end, went close to finding a late equaliser when his low shot flew just wide. Speaking to MUTV afterwards, Mourinho said: "I have to say that Paul Pogba was by far the best player on the pitch, he was a giant on the pitch and after him all my other players were fantastic."

6: OUT OF THE FA CUP
The bottom line is that United are out: Chelsea will meet Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-finals, with Arsenal also meeting Manchester City. Yet the Reds still have the Europa League to fight for and that campaign resumes on Thursday with a Round of 16 second-leg tie against FC Rostov at Old Trafford.

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walaupun kalah setidaknya ada sisi positif dari game ini, main dengan 10 pemain dan hanya kebobolan 1 gol artinya defense United makin tangguh.
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Jose Mourinho is "proud" of his Manchester United players for their performance in Monday's Emirates FA Cup defeat at Chelsea, having played with 10 men for much of the quarter-final.


Ander Herrera was sent off on 35 minutes after being shown a yellow card for the second time but the Reds performed admirably in spite of the numerical disadvantage, both before and after Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante scored the only goal of the game in the second half.Here are the main points from Mourinho's post-match interviews with BBC Sport and MUTV...

PROUD OF THE PLAYERS
"I want to say that I'm really proud of my players, I'm really proud of Manchester United fans. We have a very important match on Thursday and I want to rest a little bit to try to prepare the team as best we can for the Thursday match and that's the most important thing."

REACTION TO THE RED CARD
"Everybody can analyse in different perspectives, everyone can do it in a different way, but I think we all watched the match until the red card. After the red card, then we can compare the decisions of these two yellow cards, in this case the second yellow card with ones that were not given. But I don't want to go in that direction. This season Mr Michael Oliver is a referee with fantastic potential, but with Manchester United we were a bit unlucky. In four matches, [we have had] three penalties and one red card in such an early moment of the game. But again I cannot change that, but I can try to interfere in the Thursday match [against Rostov] which is the match that is coming and now we have to rest."

TACTICS WERE WORKING AT 11 V 11
"The game was completely under control [before the red card]. They couldn’t find what is their game. I keep saying their game is counter attack and when a team closes the spaces in between the lines and closes the full-backs, they have no qualities to be dangerous. In the second half with 10 men, we started with two up and they had a very important role in our attacking football, but also defending and building up from the three central defenders. Azpilicueta started coming up and creating situations where they brought us back, but even so we were brilliant in the way we played. We had two very good chances, the Marcus one was the biggest, and we were there. But I cannot be more proud of the players and the fans."

JUDAS IS NUMBER ONE
In the post-match press conference, Jose was asked about a section of Chelsea supporters who called him Judas during the game and the manager gave this amusing response: "They can call what they want, I am professional and I defend my club. Until the moment they have a manager that wins four Premier Leagues for them, I am the number one. When they have somebody that wins four Premier Leagues, I become number two. But until this moment Judas is number one."

REASON FOR NOT SHAKING CONTE'S HAND
“If I see him here I will shake it," the manager said when asked about not shaking the Chelsea manager's hand at full-time. "I didn’t because I thought my players deserved my action immediately and I our supporters also deserved our thanks to them, so it was that. I can promise you that if I see him out there I will shake his hand. I have nothing to speak with him at all, but to shake his hand, for sure I will do that.”

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Jika seandainya nanti Chelsea juga juara liga dan juara piala FA apakah United selaku juara piala liga yang akan menghadapi Chelsea di Community Shield yaa ?
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Chelsea akan ketemu dengan peringkat 2 di liga untuk CS
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FA ISSUES STATEMENT AFTER CHELSEA CLASH

The Football Association released the following statement at 17:00 GMT on Tuesday...

"Manchester United have been charged for failing to control its players.

"It follows an incident in the 35th minute of the FA Cup quarter-final match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge yesterday [Monday 13 March 2017].

"The club have until 6pm on Friday 17 March 2017 to respond to the charge."

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