We've had a quick look at why the Reds weren't at the races until they fell behind again and the change that Mourinho must make to ensure it doesn't happen again...
United's pressure nearly resulted in a goal when Ashley Young's free kick hit the woodwork, before Ake and Brooks did extremely well to deny Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba with some last-ditch blocks to keep the game level, while Ander Herrara curled an effort narrowly wide moments later.
"This [Rashford] is a great talent that needs to be nurtured", Ferdinand told BT Sport on Saturday night.
Rashford had already missed a golden opportunity on the rebound when Ashley Young's free-kick hit the crossbar, but he came up trumps for Jose Mourinho's men at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday.
They had impressed with their expansive play throughout the first half and regardless of defeat remain on course to challenge for the top six, but their manager Eddie Howe said: "It's a tough one for us". In spite of the fact we won at Burnley and Watford away, I think the Chelsea performance was a very strong performance away from home. I think [he] was the impact in the team.
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I also love the world, and I don't mind helping the world, but we have to straighten out our country first. After some more back and forth, Acosta noted that the caravan is still hundreds of miles away from the US.
"Remember Wayne Rooney played on the wing, a young Cristiano Ronaldo played on the wing".
The Chilean forward would go on to play 56 minutes in his new position before being moved to the wing.
Manchester United Chris Smalling has said he and his teammates were "in awe" of Juventus in their recent Champions League clash, and has challenged the players to put things right in their return meeting.
Manchester United have pulled off yet another thrilling comeback in the Premier League this season. The second stop, five minutes into the second half, was an outstanding reaction to a clever flick from David Brooks, a boyhood United fan.
However, Manchester United can take some encouragement from their success in Turin in the Champions League after Roy Keane and Ryan Giggs inspired famous victories in 1998-99 and 2002-03.