Manchester United snatch a point from league leaders Chelsea after 1:1 draw at the Stamford in Premier league late kick-off.
Jadon Sancho got his second goal of the week for United after Jorginho wrong control in the second half.
However, Jorginho erased himself from the bad book of the fans after he grabbed the equalizer from the spot kick following a foul on Thiago Silva in the box.
The Red Devils fought their way to the end after some better performance this time.
Chelsea were by far the better team having played over 15 corners and had opportunities to seal game.
Antonio Rudiger had a clearer last minute kick blasted wild in what he should have tap lowly into the buttom of the net.
Chelsea still maintain top spot with one point better off 2nd place Manchester City.
Speaking of Man City, Gundogan and Fernandinho both scored to ensure Pep Guardiola’s men close gap on Chelsea with a 2:1 victory over West Ham at the Ethihad Stadium.
Lanzini got a consolation for the Hammers as they suffers a back-to-back defeat for the first time this season.
West Ham remains top four after 13 games with 23 points. Same as Arsenal who are 5th.
Meanwhile, Antonio Conte could not see his side in action against Burnley today following a heavy snow at the Turf Moor Stadium.
The match have now been postponed to a later time.
Brendan Rodger’s Leicester City returned to winning ways after a 4:2 Victory over Watford at the King Power Stadium.
Jamie Vardy got two goals in the first half with Maddison opening the scoring in the 16 minute.
King and Dennis both scored to ensured the Hornets were not barren in the game as Lookman added the fourth goal for Leicester in the 68 minute.
In other results, Brentford compounded more problems for Rafael Benitez’s Everton after Toney scored the only goal of the tie to ensure the Bees grab their fourth win of the season.
Everton are winless in their last five premier league games having just grind out one point from possible 15.
On Wednesday, December 1st Everton face another tough test when they host smoking hot Liverpool who are scoring goals without caution.