Man United out to end Chelsea’s unbeaten run, warns Rafael

Rafael is confident Manchester United can stop Chelsea on Sunday

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Rafael has warned Chelsea that Manchester United are confident of ending the Blues’ unbeaten run at Old Trafford on Sunday.

The Blues are flying high at the top of the Premier League table and have only dropped two points in eight games so far this term.

Jose Mourinho’s men have not lost a match since their Champions League semi-final defeat by Atletico Madrid last season.

But Rafael is confident that the Red Devils can upset the Premier League leaders this weekend.

“Everyone is beatable,” said Rafael. “We have to do our best, of course. They are playing well.

“We’re playing at Old Trafford though and we’ve been getting results there so they are definitely beatable.

“I feel that we’ve been getting results here and have played some good football.

“Football is about results and, when you don’t play well and draw, like on Monday night [against West Brom], of course everyone will speak.

“But hopefully we can play well against Chelsea and, if we get the result, it would be very positive for us and the whole team.”

He added: “I’m sure Old Trafford will be very loud again. It will be hard because they are playing well.

“We just have to concentrate and do our best, and I hope we can get the result we want.”

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