According to MEN, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer heard “nonsense” during the controversial VAR call against Manchester United.
At the same time, Rio Ferdinand said in a tweet: “The chaos keeps…here.”
After missing a foul by Luke Shaw, referee Kevin Friend made a major decision that prompted Manchester United to leave and Edinson Cavani was overthrown.
Friend initially issued a yellow card to Robert Brady, then went to the monitor to challenge again.
Burnley camp is worried that since Brady is the last person, his friend may upgrade the booking to a red card.
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But instead, Friend again observed the occurrence of the foul, and carefully studied Luke Shaw’s foul on John Goodmundson.
He then decided that he should book a challenge for Shaw, so he brought the game back to that moment and withdrew Brady’s yellow card.
Burnley was then awarded a free kick outside Manchester United’s area, but this fixed condition was nothing.
Solskjaer watched the scene from the sideline. According to “MEN”, this was what he heard: “Nonsense.”
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