Football League Cup: Chelsea Vs Manchester United 1 – 2 [HIGHLIGHTS]

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A brace by Marcus Rashford, on the eve of his 22nd birthday, booked a spot in the Carabao Cup’s last eight as Manchester United grandly beat Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.

Straight to the point Lampard gave another beginning to Christian Pulisic after the U.S. universal scored a capping stunt in Chelsea’s success over Burnley on Saturday, yet it was individual adolescent Rashford that captured everyone’s attention with the main objective of the principal half from the punishment spot after Marcos Alonso cumbersomely packaged Daniel James over in the container.

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Chelsea looked progressively risky in the subsequent half and got back on level terms at the hour mark when polished off a hard-accusing run from the midfield of a loud, low line drive from 20 yards out to make it 1-1.

The guests retook the lead 73rd moment from an insidious Rashford free-kick that swerved over the divider and plunged into the back of Willy Caballero’s leaving United on the precarious edge of the section to the quarterfinals.

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Joined saw out the outcome to seal a spot in the last eight and will gain proficiency with their rival when the quarterfinal draw happens on Thursday. Manchester City, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Leicester City, Everton, Colchester United, and Oxford will join in the draw.

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Next up for Chelsea is an away match against Watford in the on Nov. 2, while visit around the same time.

It’s currently three straight away successes in all rivalries for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s group subsequent to having gone winless in their past 11 street games.


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