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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    And that is that for another weekend of football.

    We are back on Tuesday for the League Cup. A certain Manchester derby is on Wednesday too.

    See you there! 

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    Somebody who agrees with me! A rare moment...

    Juan Mata
    SMS Message: Absolutely agree with you re the matey comments at the end. Ok I get that they may be international team mates but come on at least let us fans believe they were hurt by that. from Jon, Manchester
    Jon, Manchester
  3. What is private stays private

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United


    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, speaking to BBC: "A fantastic start. We scored the early goal but we continued to play good football, intensity and possession create many chances. Today we didn't concede which was important. It was a type of win that increases the confidence.

    "We wanted to show our ambition and give the satisfaction to our fans and show last season was very bad.

    "It is important for the manager to find the right solution for your team. It was not a good situation when Chelsea conceded in every game, we change and now we are playing good football. 

    "When there is a private conversation it is right to remain private, I have great respect for Jose, he is a great manager and he won a lot here."

  4. Get involved


    Anthony Pletin: One of the worst performances I have ever seen from ManUtd

    That Nanopunk guy: I said at the start of the season that Mourinho is a spent force, past his prime, past his best before date. The worn out one

  5. 'My players deserved a clap'

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United


    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, speaking to Sky Sports: "I am pleased with the performance, we started well, moved the ball quickly, created chances to score the goal. I see the commitment in training and the players deserve this.

    "We are improving, we must continue to work, only through the work we can improve.

    "I did not see the David Luiz situation, I think Luiz played a fantastic game then I don't know if he deserved a red [after his tackle on Marouane Fellaini].

    "It is very important after the Arsenal and Liverpool defeats, it was important to understand our mission. We must look to Wednesday against West Ham and prepare for that."

    What were you doing to the crowd at the end? "I was listening to the support of Manchester United, always supporting their team and I was asking my team to do a clap for my players. All the players deserves this clap."

  6. Fancy a bit more reaction?

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Match of the Day 2 pundits Phil Neville and Jermaine Jenas are live now via Facebook Live dissecting Manchester United's loss at Chelsea, as well as Manchester City's draw with Southampton. Join them and get involved.

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  7. 'The team played well'

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "The team played well, if we can delete the defensive mistakes we made. Thibaut Courtois had more work than De Gea, their defenders had more work than my defenders. They are very dangerous in counter-attack, we knew that. I said if we score at the 2-1 game is different, that was not for us and they scored the third and fourth.

    "When mistakes are individual it is hard for the manager and the players, they know the mistakes that were made. 

    "Football matches start at 0-0, this match started 1-0. It is like giving Chelsea chance to play how they want. Everything went in their direction.

    "I was focused on the game, calm with a bit of adrenaline, I didn't feel it different to any other big matches." 

  8. 'A painful result'

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata: "This is a painful result. From the first minute it started very badly.

    "I felt that when we were close to their goal they scored, every time, and that was the key to the game. It is just three points, we have another important game in a few days so we need to learn from our mistakes."

  9. Mourinho's biggest league defeat

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    This is Jose Mourinho’s heaviest Premier League defeat as a manager. Only against Barcelona in November 2010 did he lose by a greater margin in all competitions (5-0).

    The last time Manchester United lost by 4+ goals away from home in the Premier League was also v Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in 1999.

  10. 'My words were with Antonio Conte were for him, not for you.'

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Jose Mourinho, speaking to Sky Sports: "It started badly after a few seconds. We are close to the 1-1 and after another defensive mistake and it is 2-1.

    "You come with a strategy, you can not concede a goal in the way we did. 

    "We were coming to have an offensive approach, we wanted to create chances, we showed that after the 1-0. The second and the third were counter-attack goals. If we score a goal like we almost did for the 2-1 the game would be different.

    "It is one of those days when you give the advantage to opponents by doing nothing. 

    "We made incredible defensive mistakes, individual mistakes and you pay for that.

    "In terms of points, we got zero points, we lose three points. We are six points from the top, three from the top four, we now need to win matches. We need to win our matches now, which are not easy, we need to win to close that gap, after these last three matches, we made two out of nine, we now need points.

    "It was fine, I was not expecting anything different here. The crowd behaved in a normal way. My words were with Antonio Conte were for him, not for you."

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    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho also refused to say what he said to Antonio Conte at the end...

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    Robin Smit: Chelsea really did deserve their win. Just shows that 3 games in 6 days can really kill a team though.

    Raj: Mistakes from Stones and Smalling costing the Manchester teams dearly today. Not a good omen for England either.

    Andy White: Watching Man Utd now reminds me of their gradual decline in the 70's and 80's. Big signings but no balance to the team.

  13. 'Incredible mistakes'

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has praised Chelsea's defence and counter-attacking, as well as criticising his own side's 'incredible defensive mistakes.'

    Full reaction to come. 

  14. 'It means a lot to the fans'

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United


    Chelsea winger Eden Hazard, speaking to Sky Sports: "It gives us a lot of confidence, we started well, we deserved to win, for the fans, for us, it is a great afternoon.

    "It is a big game and we lost two big games this season against Liverpool and Arsenal, so it means a lot to our fans."

  15. Tight at the top

    You could throw a blanket over the top five in the Premier League. Remarkable. 

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    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Chelsea have now gone eight league games against Manchester United without defeat for the first time in their history. 

  17. 'You can't legislate for that'

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Danny Mills

    Ex-England defender on Radio 5 live

    To make a mistake like Chris Smalling did, such a basic mistake in the first minute, no manager can legislate for that. 

  18. Over to you


    Well then - thoughts please.

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  19. A thrashing

    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    That is Manchester United's biggest Premier League defeat in exactly five years - since, well, you know...

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    Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United

    Jose Mourinho greets Antonio Conte with an embrace and then a long, rather intimate whisper into his ear.

    One Step Beyond is played and that might be the loudest the home fans have been all game. Both sets of players are all very matey with each other. Swapping shirts and smiles.

    You wouldn't get that from Gary Neville or Roy Keane. 

    Mourinho and Conte