It was the most drawn match in Premier League history- 26 times failing to find a winner-

so it was no surprise when the Brazilian evened late on as Erik ten Haag's side left west London with a justified draw.

United dominated possession in the first half but failed to make the utmost of their chances in the final third,

with Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga making several excellent stops.

Chelsea came out on top in the alternate half after director Graham Potter brought on midfielder Mateo Kovacic for full-

reverse Mark Cukrella before the break. But it was one of Ten Haag's options that nearly decided the outgrowth of the match.

Scott McTomine was introduced on 80 twinkles and just four twinkles latterly he scuffled Armando Broza to the bottom in the box with his arm around the striker to gift Chelsea a penalty.

Jorginho stepped up to convert with ease and shoot the home crowd into a delirium, only for Casemiro to hardly save his title after having the last laugh in injury time.

There was a worrying moment for United in the alternate half when protector Raphael Varane went down after stretching to make a concurrence and had to be helped off the pitch in gashes.