Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson admits that his side had some luck during their 3-2 win at Chelsea on Sunday.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that his side benefited from a "little break" to earn their 3-2 win at Chelsea on Sunday.
The hosts ended the match with nine men on a controversial afternoon at Stamford Bridge after Branislav Ivanovic and Fernando Torres were both sent off.
Javier Hernandez then poked home the winner in the 75th minute but he looked to have been in an offside position when doing so.
"It's been 10 years since we have won down here," said Ferguson. "We had a good record until Jose [Mourinho] came along and spoiled the party.
"We've never got breaks down here and had some terrible decisions against us in the last few years. But today we have got a little break for the goal - Chicharito may have been offside."
The win has lifted United back up to second place in the Premier League table.
Result: Man United win at nine-man Chelsea >