(Video) Graham Potter concedes that Chelsea did not deserve win against Manchester United

Chelsea manager Graham Potter has admitted that his side did not play well against Manchester United and that a point for each team was likely the fairest result.

After Jorginho hit the back of the net with his penalty kick, the three points were all but wrapped up, until United’s new signing Casemiro produced an equaliser with his head in the dying minutes to rescue a point for the Red Devils.

Manchester United dominated the midfield in the first half until Potter made some important changes to his team. They came out better in the second half but the game was a close affair.

“It’s disappointing because we’re 1-0 ahead at the end, but over the course of the game, a point is about right, and I’m not sure if we did enough to win it,” said Potter after the match, as per Football Daily.

“It wasn’t from a lack of trying. The boys gave everything; when you [concede] as late as you do, there is a feeling you’ve dropped points.

“A really fighting performance from us. Lots of positives in terms of the amount of effort the boys put into the game. Manchester United were better than us for the first 30 minutes, and we had to respond, and I felt we did that. We improved a lot after 30 minutes, so we will take what we get.”

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