Chelsea vs. Manchester United Match Report – Sunday August 15, 2004

FA Premier League (Matchweek 1)
Manager: José Mourinho
Manchester United
Manager: Alex Ferguson
Sunday August 15, 2004
FA Premier League (Matchweek 1)
Officials: Graham Poll (Referee)

Match Summary

Kick Off
 — Goal 1:0
Half Time
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
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Team Stats


Chelsea Player Stats

Chelsea Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Wayne Bridgeeng ENGDF9000000
Petr Čechcz CZEGK9000000
Didier Drogbaci CIVFW7000000
   Mateja Kežmanrs SRBFW2000000
Paulo Ferreirapt PORDF9000000
William Gallasfr FRADF9000000
Geremicm CMRDF,MF8900000
   Ricardo Carvalhopt PORDF100000
Eiður Guðjohnsenis ISLFW,MF8210000
   Scott Parkereng ENGMF800000
Frank Lampardeng ENGMF9000000
Claude Makéléléfr FRAMF9000000
Alexey Smertinru RUSMF9000000
John Terryeng ENGDF9000000
14 Players99010000

Manchester Utd Player Stats

Manchester Utd Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Eric Djemba-Djembacm CMRMF7300000
   Diego Forlánuy URUFW,MF1700000
Quinton Fortuneza RSAMF8400000
   Kieran Richardsoneng ENGDF,MF600000
Ryan Giggswal WALFW,MF9000000
Tim Howardus USAGK9000000
Roy Keaneie IRLMF9000000
Liam Millerie IRLMF8400000
   David Bellionfr FRAFW600000
Gary Nevilleeng ENGDF9000000
John O'Sheaie IRLDF,MF9000000
Paul Scholeseng ENGMF9000000
Mikaël Silvestrefr FRADF9000000
Alan Smitheng ENGFW,MF9000000
14 Players99000000

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