Old Trafford, Manchester - Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-1 to qualify for next season's Champions League. Needing just one point to ensure a top-four finish in this season's Premier League and a place in the group stage of Europe's top competition in 2023/24, United never looked back after Casemiro's header. The first game at Stamford Bridge after only six minutes. Chelsea has endured a disappointing season but played well in the first half, gaining possession and making one or two starts, the best of which were denied by Conor Gallagher. Although Frank Lampard's young side was 2–0 down just before halftime, Anthony Martial tapped in on a pass from Jadon Sancho and from there the result looked certain. Bruno Fernandes, who had struck first, made it 3–0 from the penalty spot, before Marcus Rashford scored his 30th goal of the season from close range. Joao Felix provided some good consolation for the Blues, who are 12th in the table and desperate to see out the end of the season.( Man United Vs Chelsea Score, Result, Premier League Highlights As Red Devils Seal Top Four Spot In Style) Man United Illuminate The Style In Tribute To Ten Haag's Work United have become accustomed for much of this season, especially in recent months, to winning games by less comfortable margins than they should. While the defense is generally solid (De Gea has already won the Golden Glove award for most clean sheets with 17 and counting), ten Haag has often been frustrated by his inability to kill off matches. Today there was no such worry. United finished the game with 5.14 expected goals, the most by any team in any Premier League game this season (according to Opta data). He really should have scored at least two more than he did, and several promising attacks broke down before even a shot was attempted, but it was a promising step in Ten Haag's career.( Man United Vs Chelsea Score, Result, Premier League Highlights As Red Devils Seal Top Four Spot In Style) It also meant that they would not be able to keep up with the points they needed to finish in the top four. After a long and arduous run, he crossed the finish line. Antony's injury sours Manchester United's celebrations United's only major hiccup on the night was the loss of Antony to injury in the first half. Trevoh Chalobah's challenge was fair, not exactly reckless at all, but it clearly hurt the United Brazilian. After trying to put weight on his right ankle, Antony collapsed on the grass, his head in his hands, and was carried off on a stretcher. It meant an early return from illness and injury for Rashford, perhaps earlier than planned, and the England star scored it with a well-taken goal: his 30th this season in all competitions, one more than Robin van Persie's a decade ago. the most by any United player since. - But losing Antony so close to the FA Cup final will be a real disappointment for Ten Haag. Manchester United Understand Chelsea's Problems All Too Well Former Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has told Sky Sports there is "great, great work to be done" after the Blues' worst-ever season in the Premier League this season. With one game remaining, they are just 12 points clear of the relegation places and 27 points behind the top four. They could not finish in the top 10 and only earned a maximum of 46 points, a record low points total for the club in this competition. Indeed, he enjoyed one of his best first-half performances here and should have equalized through Gallagher shortly before Martial doubled United's lead, but his efforts after the break bordered on the misery at times. But came Fussy United fans watching will probably remember a year ago when the Red Devils were on the move under an interim manager at the end of a season in which they set records for all the wrong reasons. There is quality in this Chelsea team, and it should be given that it is worth over $700 million, but Mauricio Pochettino, if he is indeed going to be their new manager, has a huge task ahead of molding them into a cohesive football team Is.