Chelsea Vs. Manchester United, 2012 Premier League: Juan Mata Doubles The Chelsea Lead Off Fernando Torres Cross

Chelsea - Manchester United have kicked off the second half, with a Jonny Evans own goal all that separates the two sides. The big question is: Will we see an answer from the visitors in the second half?

The answer might still be yes, but United now have a bigger hill to climb. Just a minute into the second half, Fernando Torres drifted off into the right channel, the United defense barely batting an eye. But just because the Spanish striker can't, you know, score a goal, doesn't mean he's not dangerous, as the visitors discovered. Torres sent in an absolutely perfect cross, with Juan Mata waiting underneath. His Spanish compatriot had plenty of time to judge the floating cross, his finish perfect as he sent it past David De Gea.

With Chelsea now up 2-0, will United have a solution? They do have Javier Hernandez on the bench -- could it be Chicharito to save this match?

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