Sunday 28 October 2012
A late goal from Javier Hernandez ended Chelsea’s unbeaten start to the Barclays Premier League and put Manchester United a place and a point behind the league leaders.
A David Luiz own goal gave United the lead after four minutes and Robin van Persie fired the visitors 2-0 ahead eight minutes later.
Juan Mata began the Chelsea fightback with a curling free kick in the 44th minute and Ramires hauled Chelsea level shortly after the break with a header.
However, Chelsea's momentum was halted when Braqnislav Ivanovic was sent off for tripping Ashley Young and worse followed when Fernando Torres was shown a second yellow card for simulation.
Hernandez, on as a substitute for Tom Cleverley, poked home United's winner from close range after Petr Cech had saved Van Persie’s shot.
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REPORT - Chelsea 2-3 Manchester United