“There’s a little bit of disappointment there,” he said reviewing the game. “We wanted to get the three points, especially being at home. But it’s a good point against one of the league’s top sides. I don’t think they threatened us too much. The defence was brilliant and as a team our shape was fantastic. And if anything we had the best opportunities."
Young came off the bench midway through the second half as Moyes sought to unlock the Chelsea defence. United could find the elusive winning goal but United's no.18 is taking the positives out of the performance, especially with a tough away trip to Anfield looming at the weekend.
“We’ve been famed for a few late goals and we were on the front foot, looking like the team that was going to score,” he added. “We had a few chances from some crosses that went into the box. But for us it’s a good point and now we’re just looking forward to the next game.
“When we looked at our fixtures we knew that it was going to be a testing start. We wanted to get points on the board straightaway. We’ve managed to do that and now we’re looking forward to Sunday’s game against Liverpool.”