Jose Mourinho's Devils tame Antonio Conte's Lions in Premier League clash of titans

Published: 26th February 2018 10:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th February 2018 11:03 AM  

Romelu Lukaku (not in pic) broke his barren run against top six Premier League opposition and provided the winner for Jesse Lingard as Manchester United came from behind to beat Chelsea 2-1 at Old Trafford. (Photo | AP)
The visitors enjoyed the better of the first period but failed to build on Willian's 32nd minute opener. (Photo | AP)
Lukaku levelled seven minutes later from close range and then crossed for substitute Lingard (L) to head home as a ruthless United took full advantage of their limited chances. (Photo | AP)
Mourinho recalled Paul Pogba to his starting XI after dropping the midfielder for Wednesday's stalemate at Sevilla in the Champions League. (Photo | AP)
Alvaro Morata started for the first time in six weeks, but saw his side-footed volley from Marcos Alonso's driven cross come back off the bar just four minutes in. (File | AP)
Alvaro Morata started for the first time in six weeks, but saw his side-footed volley from Marcos Alonso's driven cross come back off the bar just four minutes in. (Photo | AP)
Victory against his former club was particularly sweet for Jose Mourinho as he got one over on Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, but more importantly moves United back above Liverpool into second place in the Premier League. (Photo | AP)
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