According to Paul, Gabriel Martinelli’s goal that was ruled out by the ref was ridiculous.
In the first half, Martinelli thought he had put the ball in the net, only for the goal to be ruled out by the VAR due to a foul on Christian Eriksen.
The on-field referee allowed that passage of play to continue, but was told by the VAR to check the decision on the touchline.
The Manchester United fans were over the moon at that call because Antony scored on his debut.
The second half saw Mikel Arteta’s side pile on the pressure, and they were able to tie the game at one point in time.
Marcus Rashford scored two brilliant goals as the home team hit the leaders on the counter- attack.
This is what Scholes said about the Martinelli incident and how lucky the club was.
He said it was very soft. His interpretation of the foul is what matters. He is close by. He doesn’t believe it’s a foul. He has a different opinion if you go to another person.
It should never have returned. They are a little unlucky there.
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The VAR call in the first half will make Arteta’s feelings clear because it was a game-changer.
It wasn’t a good week for VAR calls, including West Ham being denied a last-minute goal against the Blues.
They have to brush this off as quickly as possible because it was their first loss of the season.
Arteta and his players will travel to Switzerland to take on FC Zurich in the next week.
Wright-Phillips predicts that Man United will win the game.