Manchester United and Chelsea’s draw won’t be remembered as one of many classics between the 2 sides, a lot in order that the post-match evaluation was arguably extra entertaining.
That’s as a result of former United defender Patrice Evra clashed with ex-Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in a heated debate on Sky Sports activities about the way in which either side approached the match.
The sport completed goalless and Evra, who wears his coronary heart on his sleeve as a pundit, lambasted either side for placing on ‘boring’ shows.
Nonetheless, it’s protected to say Hasselbaink understood the place United and Chelsea had been coming from, notably because the Purple Devils had been taking part in their first house match since struggling a 6-1 humiliation at Tottenham.
Evra, who threatened to stop his job at Sky within the wake of that defeat, was accused of being contradictory by Hasselbaink, sparking the pair to argue much more.
The Frenchman then tore into Chelsea’s conservative method, and naturally Hasselbaink disagreed with that!
Evra then claimed the Man United gamers had been ‘too scared’ to move the ball. “Scared is a BIG phrase” – Hasselbaink merely replied.
Issues then took a really random flip as Evra started speaking about an damage that Hasselbaink gave him all the way in which again in 2004.
Strap your self in, this debate must be seen to be believed!
Was Evra proper concerning the match being boring? Effectively there have been one or two issues to speak about.
Edouard Mendy made a great save to disclaim Marcus Rashford when by on purpose, whereas Chelsea ought to have been given a penalty with Harry Maguire wrestling Cesar Azpilicueta to the ground within the field.
Evra and Hasselbaink had been capable of agree on that no less than.