Chelsea 4-3 Manchester United Highlights | Premier League

Manchester United has been quite the rollercoaster of emotions lately, showcasing a real addiction to drama. Their story keeps unfolding, never failing to surprise. After the high of their FA Cup victory over Liverpool, which had their supporters basking in glory for what seemed like ages, the reality check came swiftly with Saturday’s draw at Brentford. It begs the question: was this the lowest point in their tumultuous season?

The latest match was almost unbelievable. The team swung from despair to joy and back again within the span of one game, feeling like a nail in the coffin for their Premier League hopes, especially with Chelsea reveling in their delight at the end.

Apart from Cole Palmer’s performance, the home team appeared shaky for much of the match, lacking conviction. Yet, they managed to grab a 2-0 lead, and it could’ve been even more. But Manchester United didn’t lose their cool; it was all part of the spectacle. Antony, often portrayed as the antagonist, played a crucial role in turning the tide.

After Alejandro Garnacho capitalized on Chelsea’s defensive blunder for 2-1, Antony contributed to the buildup that led to Bruno Fernandes’s equalizer. Then, it was Antony who delivered a brilliant cross during a swift United counter, setting up Garnacho’s header for 3-2. Garnacho’s performance was commendable too.

But it wasn’t over yet. This is Manchester United we’re talking about. Enter Palmer. After Chelsea’s substitute, Noni Madueke, earned a penalty in the seventh minute of stoppage time, Palmer stepped up confidently, just as he had earlier for the 2-0 lead.

A winner in the 101st minute? It seemed absurd, but Palmer turned it into reality when he took advantage of a quick corner, with no one in red marking him, and smashed the ball home with a deflection off United’s substitute, Scott McTominay.

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