Manchester United Beat Chelsea 2-0 in FA Cup 2018-19 Tie; Ole Solskjaer First United Manager Since Sir Alex Ferguson to Win at Stamford Bridge (Watch Video Highlights)
Paul Pogba (Photo Credits: Getty)

After losing by 2-0 against PSG, Manchester United made a massive comeback in the FA Cup 2018-19 tie against Chelsea last night at the Stamford Bridge, fifth round. The Red Devils went on to beat the Blues by 2-0 and with this, Ole Solskjaer becomes the first Manchester United manager since Sir Alex Ferguson to Win at Stamford Bridge. Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba were the ones to score goals in the first half of the match at the 31st and 45th  minute respectively. Chelsea vs Manchester United Live Streaming Details of FA Cup 2018–19 on SonyLiv: How to Get Live Telecast on TV & Free Football Score Updates in Indian Time?

Manchester United won its 11th game under the interim manager Ole Solskjaer who stepped into the shoes of Jose Mourinho. The team has only lost one game from 13 against PSG. Chelsea is now knocked out of the tournament and has avenged their loss in the final of the competition at Wembley in the last season. This is United’s win at Stamford since 2012 and Solskjaer celebrated the win with a fist bump. Whereas, Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri was booed by his home fans, the contrast was clear.

Check the video highlights of the match below:

"We had criticism after the PSG game and everyone did what we asked tonight," said the Norwegian. “The performance was fantastic, our tactics worked," Solskjaer added. "We asked our midfielders to press higher and get into the box and it worked. The defending in the second half was fantastic,” he further explained. The team will now face the Wolves in the FA Cup 2018-19 tie on March 16.