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Chelsea looked dead and buried at 2-0 down against Manchester United after just 11 minutes at Old Trafford on Sunday but came back in the second half to secure a replay at Stamford Bridge later this week.
Central to that comeback were Brazilians Oscar and Ramires, with the latter scoring a fine counter-attacking goal to add his side's second of the match.
Ramires was vital to the Chelsea setup, providing an industrious buffer at the base of the midfield in the first half. According to WhoScored statistics, the former Cruzeiro man made more tackles and interceptions than any of his teammates.
The introduction of John Obi Mikel, though, freed up the midfielder to influence proceedings in more attacking areas, which he did to great effect.
Teammate Oscar would also be influential to his side's attack, creating several chances for teammates as well as assisting Ramires' effort. Only Juan Mata would spend more time on the ball than the Selecao star for his team.
Defenders David Luiz and Rafael also appeared in the cup tie.