Neither side could find the back of the net on Sunday.
For the second time this season, Chelsea and Manchester United battled to a scoreless draw.
The latest result came Sunday at Stamford Bidge, where the home side couldn't translate dominant stretches of play into goals while the visitors also squandered their handful of opportunities. The biggest talking point of the encounter came a quarter hour into the first half as Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi appeared to handle the ball inside his team's penalty area, which led to a VAR review that ultimately cleared the 20-year-old of any wrongdoing.
Neither side could find a breakthrough momentdespite a more inspired second half, resulting in the second straight 0-0 Premier League deadlock between the teams.
The visitors have been applying more pressure of late, and this second half has been far more entertaining than the first. That said, there still haven't been too many opportunities between the two sides.
After being dominated for most of the opening 15 minutes of this half, United finally put together a decent passage of play that results in a hard McTominay shot from the top of the Chelsea area that requires a good save by the goalkeeper.
That was an uninspiring half of football, at least where goal scoring opportunities were concerned. Neither side showed any real polish in the final third, and as a result it was 45 minutes of aimless play.