Referee Anthony Taylor was in charge of the match between Man Utd and Southampton that ended goalless moments ago at Old Trafford, and I think that he was totally against the Red Devils throughout the game.
The following are two things the referee did which must have shown that he was against the Red Devils today at Old Trafford.
1. Showing Casemiro A Straight Red Card.
Anthony Taylor showed Casemiro a straight red card in the first half of the game moments ago when Infact it was supposed to be at least a yellow card.
Showing Casemiro a straight red card must have proven that the referee was against United in the game.
2. Not Giving Man Utd a Penalty.
In the second half of the game, Marcus Rashford was clearly brought down by the Southampton goalkeeper in the 28 yard box, but the referee ignored it and gave Southampton a goal kick.
That as well must have shown that the referee was against Man Utd in the game as well.
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