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Manchester United were heading for the victory against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge after Anthony Martial had scored a brace to put United 2-1 ahead of Chelsea.

The game was proving to be United’s before substitute Ross Barkley scored a late stoppage time goal to secure a point for Chelsea.

The referee added six extra minutes to the game and in just about the last kick of the game, Ross Barkley scored a late goal to give Chelsea a draw.

Jose Mourinho revealed his frustration with Mike Dean for adding six minutes of added time.

“[It came from] some changes that every team does – three for them, three for us. We wanted to do two at the same time but [Marcus] Rashford was injured so we couldn’t do it. But I never saw what the majority of the goalkeepers in the Premier League do, which is to go until the limits of the yellow card [for time-wasting] and David [De Gea] never did that.

“From us, we always tried to play, even if we were winning 2-1 and in extra time, we wanted to play and try to kill the game, so we didn’t have a negative game. But that’s football.”