Casemiro came to Manchester United's rescue with an injury-time header to ensure the points were shared at Stamford Bridge after Jorginho looked to have given Chelsea a vital win.

This is the most drawn fixture in Premier League history - failing to find a winner on 26 occasions

so it was no surprise when the Brazilian popped up with a late equaliser to ensure Erik ten Hag's side left west London with the draw they deserved.

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United had dominated possession during the first half but failed to make the most of their chances in the final third, with Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga making several fine stops.

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Chelsea came out firing in the second half after manager Graham Potter tinkered with his formation before the break

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bringing on midfielder Mateo Kovacic for fullback Marc Cucurella. But it was one of Ten Hag's substitutions that almost decided the outcome of the match.

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Scott McTominay was introduced on 80 minutes and just four minutes later he clumsily wrestled Armando Broja to the floor in the box with his arms

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Goals: CHE - Jorginho (pen) - 87th min MUN - Casemiro - 90th min +4