Chelsea’s next league opponent have now conceded as many goals as Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool combined

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It’s embarrassing moments for Manchester United as United have been losing games for fun in recent weeks.

While Chelsea are cruising in the Premier League, Manchester United have been struggling under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Blues defeated Leicester City 3-0 at the King Power Stadium to maintain our lead at the top of the table, and up next for the Blues is a home game against Manchester United next weekend.

This is surely the best time to play Manchester United as they are low in morale and in form.

A shocking stat has now revealed how shambolic Manchester United’s defensive woes have been.

United have conceded the same number of goals as the top three teams, Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool combined.

United have shipped in 21 goals in 12 games this season, while Chelsea have only conceded 4 goals. Liverpool have conceded 11 goals and Manchester City have conceded 6 goals prior to their weekend games.

For Chelsea, Blues boss Thomas Tuchel was in bouyant mood as Chelsea defeated Leicester City 3-0. The German even admitted that it should have been more.

“We played a good away game, excellent result, a good mixture,” Tuchel told BT Sport after the 3-0 win over Leicester City.

“We created a lot of half chances, we were a bit unlucky with offsides but I am happy if we create. We need to be strong from first to last minute, it was a deserved win.

“Very good first half, we struggled with decisions and precision in the last third and could have created more chances.

“At two goals, anything can happen and the stadium can wake up but we did not allow them into the game and finished them off.”

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