Seven goals which were originally awarded against Manchester united have been overturned by VAR this season
The Red Devils were on the right end on a tight decision made by the controversial officiating system. After Rashford had opened the scoring at first half, Palace thought they have pulled level in the 55-minutes only for VAR to declared Jordan Ayew offside.
Palace felt a real sense of injustice that they were denied a penalty just before United took the lead
VAR has been impossible to predict, "with VAR you don't know what to expect, it can be difficult for the both teams" Rashford told Bt sport post-match. But stressed his side's win is what really matters as united kept space with the top four.
Ole Gunnar Solsjaer's side were under pressure after Leicester city early victory against Sheffield United and responded with a victory that keep them in fifth place, level on points with just goal difference that separate the two teams
United have gone 19 games unbeaten in all competition, their longest since Ferguson 29 games winning streak of 2010.
United will now shift their attention to an FA cup semi-final with Chelsea at wembley Stadium on Sunday.
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