Chelsea extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table by a solitary point as they saw out a goalless draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford. The home side dominated the first half and certainly posed the greater threat for much of the match.
Jose Mourinho's men worked tirelessly to keep a clean sheet despite chances for Robin van Persie and Blues transfer target Wayne Rooney. Oscar's two shots on target were comfortably saved by David de Gea, and the introduction of Fernando Torres failed to find the breakthrough that the Blues were looking for.
Here are six things we learned from this Bank Holiday Monday match.