Why? Bruno took the ball away.Another week, another VAR F up.
You just have to shrug and laugh at this stage.
Some weeks you’ll benefit and the opposition will get F over like just happened there. Other weeks you’ll get F over and the opposition will benefit.
it just is what it is.
That seems to be the secret sauce behind it's efficiency. The 2 times he skipped the hop and just went for a basic shot, he missed both.
The same ***** that was on the VAR the Merseyside Derby disgrace before the break was the ref at Utd yesterday F up again,Actually, looking back at the disallowed PK, we were lucky with that.
I agree but that decision was a tight one tbh. Bruno did get a little bit of the ball but like 30% of the ball and 70% his shin. It's not a stonewaller but I think it is a pen.The same ***** that was on the VAR the Merseyside Derby disgrace before the break was the ref at Utd yesterday F up again,
Absolutely ZERO accountability and repercussions for these clowns who are looked after and given complete impunity to continue making games of football a joke.
Hard not to look at them when VAR asked him to look at something that wasn't 'clear and obvious' to overturn......
Also, you can't blame it completely on VAR since the ref revisited the foul incident himself so that's on him
Ahh yes, on the dissolved goal that was saved he missed that one hop he later did.That seems to be the secret sauce behind it's efficiency. The 2 times he skipped the hop and just went for a basic shot, he missed both.
Surprised City aren't worse TBH with the eye test......
Man Utd forwards have converted just 7.7% of all shots attempted in the league this season, the lowest conversion-rate among all Premier League teams this season.
- Marcus Rashford 19 shots, 2 goals (10.5%)
- Anthony Martial 8 shots, 0 goals (0%)
- Mason Greenwood 7 shots, 0 goals (0%)
- Edinson Cavani 5 shots, 1 goal (20%)