Callum Hudson-Odoi Chelsea’s only positive creative outlet in frustrating draw

Chelsea dominated today’s game against Manchester United but weren’t able to create the chances or score the goals to win the game.

It was a disjointed performance through and through, but the blame has to fall on the front 3 to some extent, as they’re on the pitch to score the goals.

Hakim Ziyech tries hard but all too often runs down blind alleys and tries ambitious efforts that don’t come off.

Timo Werner, in his first start after injury, spent too much time out wide, reducing Chelsea’s threat in the opposition box.

Callum Hudson-Odoi was the only one who can hold his head up high. He created some chances in the first half, and his dribbling and passing caused Man United more defensive issues than his two teammates combined.

That’s just what we’ve come to expect from the winger over the last couple of months as he’s become a first team regular. Now we just need his teammates to step up.