Boring draw shows Man Utd and Chelsea need to break the bank for Haaland | The Nutmeg
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01 March 2021 | 1:35 pm
Chelsea played out a draw against Manchester United in a game where both teams' lack of cutting edge in attack was glaring. On #TheNutmeg, Solomon Fowowe muses what solution Chelsea and Manchester United must come up with to solve their attacking issues. Also, watch out for The Nutmeg's Player of the weekend.
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