How's your luck, Chelsea?
Frank Lampard was left feeling aggrieved as a string of decisions went against his side in the 2-0 defeat to Manchester United.
Harry Maguire was lucky to have stayed on the pitch after kicking out at Michy Batshuayi, before the hosts had two goals disallowed.
The first was chalked off in dubious circumstances too, with Fred appearing to have pushed Cesar Azpilicueta into Brandon Williams for the foul in question.
The second was adjudged offside, Olivier Giroud denied a goal which would have done much to boost his credentials for a starting spot.
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Michy Batshuayi had been extremely disappointing all game and missed a host of chances.
The Belgian was eventually replaced with Giroud.
Before that, though, there was still time for Eric Bailly to show him who was boss inside the United box.
The Ivorian was making his first start of the season and showed great composure to not only tackle Batshuayi, but then pull off a stepover facing his own goal.
Ice in his veins.
More importantly, the centre-back also made a superb block with 20 minutes to go and the scores at 2-0.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be delighted with the clean sheet, even if it arguably came courtesy of a helping hand from Anthony Taylor and the officials at Stockley Park.
The result leaves Chelsea just a point clear in fourth, with United up to seventh.News Now - Sport News