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Paul Merson’s message minutes before Man Utd kick-off massively backfires as Erik ten Hag’s side beat Chelsea

In a resounding performance, Manchester United silenced the skeptics with a convincing 2-1 victory over Chelsea at Old Trafford.

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Reveling in the return to the winning atmosphere at Old Trafford, Manchester United secured three crucial points against Chelsea, a triumph that hinted at the potential for an even more commanding result.

Last season, United triumphed 4-1 at home against Chelsea, and the performance suggested that last night’s scoreline could easily have mirrored that emphatic victory.

The match underscored the unity and support Erik ten Hag enjoys from his players, defying the expectations set by some pre-match predictions.

Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson, in particular, confidently predicted a Chelsea win, stating, “Big game tonight for Chelsea, no better time to be playing Man Utd. Can’t see Chelsea losing this one.”

Contrary to Merson’s forecast, Manchester United emerged victorious with a 2-1 scoreline, featuring a standout performance from Scott McTominay, who netted a brace.

It became evident that facing Manchester United at this juncture was not favorable for the opposition.

The team had faced disproportionate criticism following the Newcastle game, and they channeled that negativity into a resilient display, buoyed by unwavering support from the home crowd.

The altered team selection reflected a collective commitment that was perhaps lacking in the preceding matches.

The challenge now lies in sustaining this level of play, with the opportunity to reshape the course of the season.

The real test will be translating this impressive home form into away performances, especially against top-tier teams.

The looming fixture at Anfield presents a significant challenge and an opportunity for further redemption.

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