Chelsea and Manchester United starlets in another Battle at the Bridge as Adnan Januzaj lasts just 45 minutes before Phil Jones limps off
- Kasey Palmer's ugly challenge sparked a 17-man melee at Stamford Bridge
- Januzaj was substituted at half-time after failing to make an impression
- Jones was left clutching his hamstring after making a last-ditch block
- Champions United finished off campaign with 1-0 victory at Chelsea
The Belgian had been offered the chance to send a reminder to Louis van Gaal in Friday's Under 21 Premier League encounter.
But Januzaj failed to make an impression in the first half as United grabbed the lead through Matthew Willock's clinical strike.
Kasey Palmer's ugly challenge which ended up walloping team-mate Ola Aina sparked a 17-man melee
Josh Harrop and Chelsea goalkeeper Bradley Collins were shown a yellow card by referee Lloyd Wood
One fan tweeted that United coach Warren Joyce had spent most of the first half shouting instructions at the 21-year-old.
Januzaj, who has made just two cameo appearances since he returned from his ill-fated loan spell at Borussia Dortmund in January, was replaced at half-time by Josh Harrop
The United midfielder was involved in the bust-up which sparked a 17-player melee.
Kasey Palmer's ugly challenge on Sadiq El Fitouri ended up walloping team-mate Ola Ain and sparked an angry confrontation between the rival players.
Harrop and Chelsea keeper Collins were shown a yellow card by referee Lloyd Wood but Palmer escaped without punishment.
Matthew Willock celebrates scoring the winner with team-mate Andreas Pereira at Stamford Bridge
The brawl came just hours after Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele has been handed a six game ban following Monday's Battle at the Bridge.
The Belgian has been charged with violent conduct by the FA after replays showed him to scrape his fingers down Diego Costa's face during a touchline bust up in the first half.
Tottenham and Chelsea were also charged with failing to control their players.
There were 12 yellow cards during the match, which saw two mass brawls, as Tottenham's hopes of winning the Premier League were ended.
Adnan Januzaj lasted just 45 minutes on his comeback from injury before he was substituted
The 21-year-old winger failed to make an impression in the first half as United grabbed the lead
Phil Jones made his fourth appearance for the Under 21s as the England defender attempted to force his back into the senior squad.
But the 24-year-old was left clutching his hamstring after making a last-ditch block to deny Tammy Abrahams the chance to grab a late equaliser.
United had already clinched the Under 21 Premier League title for the third time in four years.
The Belgian had been offered the chance to send a reminder to United boss Louis van Gaal
Brazilian Andreas Pereira was another United player seeking to make an impression
United defender Phil Jones challenges Chelsea's Tammy Abraham during Friday's encounter