SAF: Draw a fantastic result for Blues

United, without the injured Wayne Rooney, relied on Dimitar

Berbatov in attack but the best two chances of the game fell to

Antonio Valencia in the first half. Chelsea, who beat Aston Villa

3-0 at Wembley on Saturday to reach the FA Cup final, now lead the

table by one point with a game in hand over United. Ferguson said:

“That’s a fantastic result for them (Chelsea). They’ve got a home

game against Bolton on Tuesday which they will be expected to win.”

Ferguson rued the missed chances, particularly one by Valencia just

before half-time. He added on Sky Sports News: “He should have

scored. It was a golden chance and at a good time, five mins before

half-time. “We had the chances in the game. We dominated possession

but you have to create those chances and take them. “It’s always a

difficult place to come to for anyone. We should have done better.”