The video assistant referee took a controversial decision which would have affected Manchester United in UEFA Champions League this season. The red devils played against Atalanta in their week 3 encounter at Old Trafford on Wednesday night. The visitors took an early lead through a controversial goal which was supposed to be cancelled for an offside.
Manchester United may have just learned the hard way that a football match can be affected by the slightest decisions that go the wrong way. It may likely be what cost them against Everton. As predicted in my previous post, Manchester United dropped precious points against Everton and this result will hurt them a lot because this was one of the few games that Manchester United played good football.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has assembled an outstanding squad capable of winning the English Premier League triple this season. Man United have signed Ronaldo, Fernandes, Maguire, Varane, Wan Bissaka, Sancho, and Van De Beek since Solskjaer took control. Manchester United are vying for the Premier League, FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League titles this season, with the goal of silencing and dominating European opponents.
VAR Should Explain Why Wan Bissaka Was Given A Red Card While De Bruyne Escaped For Similar Incident
The Champions League was in full action yesterday as eight matches were played on Tuesday night. One of the most talked about match yesterday was the Paris Saint-Germain clash with Manchester City which saw the Parisian grabbing a vital win against Man City. Paris Saint-Germain defeated Manchester City 2-0 to climb on top of the Group A table after two matches.
Gareth Southgate, the Three Lions coach has shown no empathy for Manchester United's right-back, Aaron Wan Bissaka. The Congolese-born player has been sidelined by Southgate in nearly all the competition. Despite him getting the first-team football ahead of Reece James. Talk about the lad who has more experience, AWB came into the limelight ahead of Reece.
The video assistant referee was introduced to assist referees in making the right decisions during matches. The technology has worked effectively since it was introduced in Uefa Champions League. The decisions taken by match officials who officiated Manchester United first match against Young Boys and Chelsea second Uefa Champions League match against Juventus was wrong.
Wan-Bissaka was sent off in Manchester United's Champions League group stage opener against BSC Young Boys for a mistimed tackle, and his one-match suspension has been extended. Following his red card in the Champions League defeat to Young Boys, Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been given another match on his UEFA suspension.
Manchester United started the 2021/22 Uefa Champions League season against Young Boys at Stade de Suisse Wankdorf stadium in Switzerland in their first group match. The match ended in favour of the home team with a controversial moment, which saw the center referee sending wan Bissaka off the pitch for a foul challenge against his opponent.
Photo Credit: Goal.com The October international break is just a few days away from now and as expected of the national team coach, they will release the list of players they want in the national team. Photo Credit: Sky Sports England national team manager, Gareth Southgate has released the list of players he wants in camp for the upcoming international break, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka once again missed out on the list.
Kevin De Bruyne surprisingly escaped a red card punishment for his tackle on Idrissa Gueye in the UEFA Champions League game yesterday. The referee awarded the Belgian a yellow card despite the horrific nature of the tackle. Kevin De Bruyne was not sent off because Idrissa Gueye's leg was on the floor.
A boost for Manchester United ahead of their Champions League group stage game against Atalanta on Wednesday at Old Trafford as Aaron Wan-Bissaka Champions League Red card has been cancelled. You will recall that Aaron Wan-Bissaka was shown a straight red during the first half of Manchester United 2-1 defeat to Young Boys in their opening Champions League game in September.
English club Manchester United are set to face Italian Serie A club Atalanta in their third game of the UEFA Champions League group F. The group houses the likes of Spanish team Villarreal, Switzerland club Young Boys, Italian club Atalanta, and Manchester United of England. The Red Devils are keen on returning to winning ways after losing two in three Premier League matches.
While many say that he is rather useless when it comes to attacking, Aaron Wan Bissaka's stats at Manchester United prove otherwise. Despite playing just two full seasons at the club so far, he has scored twice and assisted 10 times, which is more than some Chelsea defenders who have played in the same time frame.
Over the course of the weekend, a total of nine matches were played. A total of nine games were decided last weekend in the English Premier League. Manchester United and Burnley appeared to be the biggest losers in during the course of the weekend. Manchester United were defeated 4-2 by Leicester City, while the former champions defeated Watford 3-0 at Vicarage.
Manchester United's tactician, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided the latest information concerning his players in regards to their fixture in the English premier league this weekend. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his squad are to battle with Everton on Saturday, the 2nd of October as they look set to get back to their winning ways in the English premier league, after suffering a shocking defeat to Aston Villa last week Saturday at Old Trafford.
Manchester United traveled to Switzerland where they faced Swiss club Young Boys in their first UEFA Champions League game. The game which ended 2-1 in favor of the underdogs saw Manchester United's right-back Aaron Wan Bissaka shown a straight red card in the first half of the game.
Manchester United won their appeal over Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s two-match ban in the Champions League. Source: Goggle Wan-Bissaka will now be available to be selected against Atalanta on Wednesday. The right-back had his red card upgraded from a one-match ban to two, following their shock 2-1 defeat to Young Boys in September.
Manchester United defender Aaron Wan Bissaka was handed a two-match ban by UEFA after he was sent off against Young Boys for a dangerous tackle against one of the Swiss club players. Wan Bissaka missed the clash against Villareal at Old Trafford and was replaced by Diogo Dalot. He was set to miss the upcoming game against Atalanta in their third Champions League game, but the latest appeal by the club has handed the fullback the opportunity to feature for the next Champions League game.
The appeal of Aaron Wan-Bissaka's ban has been reduced, which is a big benefit for Manchester United in the Champions League. Wan-Bissaka was shown straight red card in Man United's Champions League group opener against Young Boys. His challenge to Christopher Pereira was not only rough, but also unlucky as Man United went on to lose the match, and Wan-Bissaka was suspended for two Champions League games, the first of which he served last time out in Europe against Villarreal.
Manchester United Are Reportedly Starting To Run Out Of Patience With Aaron Wan-Bissaka And Already Have A Replacement In Mind. The full-back has had a disappointing start to the campaign and is yet to put up a convincing performance so far this season. Wan-Bissaka has consequently been under harsh criticism of late, especially following his nightmare of a performance against Young Boys.