Manchester United played their 7th premier league fixtures against Everton today at Old Trafford stadium. Manchester United who lost their last home premier league game to Aston Villa last weekend, failed to defeat Everton today as the game ended in a disappointing 1-1 draw.
However, I decided to put up this article to highlights 2 decision Michael Oliver (referee) took against Everton during the match today.
1. Refusal to card Pogba on his tackle on Yerry Minna: Michael Oliver refused to give Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba a card, despite his awful tackle on Yerry Minna in the second half of the game.
2. Yerry Mina goal disallowed: Michael Oliver also disallowed Yerry Minna late minutes goal as offside, despite Yerry Minna being onside during the goal build up. Oliver took this decision without consulting the video assistant Referee (VAR).
What do you have to say about this? Do you think Everton were robbed by Michael Oliver decisions in the game today? Kindly share your opinion in the comments section below.
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