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Erik ten Hag reaction to Antony injury and more Manchester United moments missed vs Chelsea

Sabitzer in attendance

On-loan Manchester United midfielder Marcel Sabitzer was spotted at Old Trafford just prior to kick-off, with the Austrian up in the directors' box speaking to under-23s goalkeeper Nathan Bishop as the teams walked out.

Sabitzer's season was ended early just over a week ago upon confirmation that the 29-year-old had suffered a meniscal injury before the 2-0 win at home to Wolves, with talks between United and Bayern Munich underway as to where he will undergo rehabilitation.

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Nothing has been seen of the midfielder since, until his appearance on Thursday evening, watching his on-loan club secure a top-four finish and Champions League football for next season. Will he be at Old Trafford beyond the summer?

Ten Hag consoles Antony

The main blotch on an otherwise brilliant night at Old Trafford came with what looked to be an injury blow for Antony, who left the pitch on a stretcher after being caught awkwardly by Trevoh Chalobah's tackle.

The Brazilian was left writhing in pain inside the Chelsea box and looked devastated as the club's medical staff assessed the issue, eventually being put on a stretcher.

With an FA Cup final against Manchester City on the horizon, there was concern Antony may potentially miss next week's trip to Wembley, and as the winger headed down towards the tunnel, Erik ten Hag left his dugout to console the 23-year-old.

Chelsea disbelief

United were fairly lucky not to have conceded on the night and looked worryingly open at times, with Chelsea's wastefulness in front of goal coming back to haunt them once again.

Mykhaylo Mudryk and Conor Gallagher both missed great chances in the opening half-hour, but it was Kai Havertz

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