VAR gone wrong. Be the judge

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Manchester United defeated Aston Villa 3-0 as they closed the gap on Chelsea to two points.

While United’s display against Villa was awesome, it could have been another story if the right decision was made.

Villa looked the better side at the start of the game until the referee Jon Moss gave a bizarre penalty to Manchester United, which VAR failed to correct.

Bruno Fernandes sent Pepe Reina the wrong way to open the scoring, with Mason Greenwood and Paul Pogba also finding the net. Manchester United won the game 3-0, but the talking point will be the penalty decision against Villa.

Check out the stamp from Bruno Fernandes as he tried to shield the ball from Konsa. Do you think he should have been shown a red card or the penalty decision was the right call?

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1 Comment on "VAR gone wrong. Be the judge"

  1. Stanley Balogun | July 10, 2020 at 5:43 am |

    He should have been shown a red card and not a penalty against Villa. Bizarre. Bad Officiating bad decision from VAR

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