Manchester Uniteds Ugly Game: Two controversial penalty shootouts blown away opponentsgood shots

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 Manchester Uniteds Ugly Game: Two controversial penalty shootouts blown away opponentsgood shots


In the 10th minute, Hernandez headed the ball after Masukus cross, and Anderson, who was not defended in the penalty area, swept through the door, but the linesman indicated that Andersons offside goal was invalid. However, from the slow-motion replay, Anderson was not offside when Manchester United right-back Dallowe was dragged to the end.

In the 17th minute, Mata was fouled by West Ham player Snodegrass on the line of the penalty area. The referee blew the penalty and Bogba scored the penalty. But the penalty was also questionable, as Mata did not seem to have fully entered the penalty area when he was fouled. In the 79th minute, in Manchester Uniteds counter-attack, Marshall won the penalty again, and Bogba scored twice on the penalty, but Marshall had previously been suspected of offside.

Manchester Uniteds first penalty, Mata was not fully in the penalty area when he was fouled

Manchester Uniteds second penalty, Marshall is suspected of offside

Although this game is Manchester Uniteds home court, West Hams anti-guest performance is better. West Ham possessed 58% of the ball and scored 18 more goals than Manchester United. In addition to Andersons goal in the 49th minute, West Ham also hit the crossbar with a shot from Antonio in the 76th minute, which shocked Manchester United fans into a cold sweat.

West Ham hit the door frame

De Gea Savior

It can be said that this round can win, Manchester United has been lucky help. Bogba also admitted after the game, We have good luck today, you always have to accept luck, sometimes luck will stand on the other side of the opponent. Luck is on our side today, so we accept it. The most important thing is that today we won and got three points.

West Ham coach Pellegrini complained about the referees mistake. Yes, I think it was the referees decision that led to our failure to win the game. Matas penalty was not a penalty, and the goal we were blown off was not offside, and Rushford was offside before Uniteds second goal. But I dont want to complain about referees because they are very difficult decisions. If only VAR technology could assist the referee. We played well from the beginning of the game and had a high ball control rate. Unfortunately, we missed some chances and De Gea made a wonderful save. Source: Netease Sports Author: Fu and Responsible Editor: Feng Haotian_NSJS2656

West Ham coach Pellegrini complained about the referees mistake. Yes, I think it was the referees decision that led to our failure to win the game. Matas penalty was not a penalty, and the goal we were blown off was not offside, and Rushford was offside before Uniteds second goal. But I dont want to complain about referees because they are very difficult decisions. If only VAR technology could assist the referee. We played well from the beginning of the game and had a high ball control rate. Unfortunately, we missed some chances and De Gea made a wonderful save.