- Lingard got the first goal for Manchester United in the 69th minute
- Diego Costa got the equaliser for Chelsea on the 90th minute mark to deny Manchester all the three points
Chelsea scored a late equaliser through their Spanish forward Diego Costa to preserve Chelsea's unbeaten record under new boss Guus Hiddink and deny Manchester United a win at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Thibaut Courtois was a busy man as United inundated the defence area of Chelsea by pouring more men forward as Antony Martial and Jesse Lingard saw their goal bound kicks saved by the big shot stopper.
However, United drew first blood through Jesse Lingard who sent in a right footed kick from the centre of the box to the top right corner from Rooney’s pass.
The three points looked tucked and sealed for the Reds until Costa rescued a point in the 91st minute when he rounded up Manchester United keeper De Gea from a clever Cesc Fabregas's pass.
It was Costa’s seventh goal in eight games consecutively and put his club at 13 on the league table.
Manchester United are now 5 but 12 points behind leaders, Leicester City.