Chelsea will win next game against Manchester United: AncelottiDecember 13th, 2010 - 3:15 pm ICT by ANI
London, Dec 13(ANI): Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is confident that his team will beat Manchester United in their top-of-the table Premier League clash next Sunday at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea has not won in five league games, and has taken only six points from seven games.
However, Ancelotti claims that Sunday’s fightback after being 0-1 down against Tottenham Hotspur was a key step.
The Blues finished the match 1-1, but could have won it if striker Didier Drogba had not missed an added-time penalty.
“We deserved to win and we will win the next game,” The Sun quoted Ancelotti, as saying.
“The performance was good. We tried to do everything to win. We didn’t, but we are going the right way and the difficult moment is behind us after this game,” he added. (ANI)
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