Manchester United supervisor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has claimed Chelsea tried to affect referees earlier than they performed out a colorless goalless draw on Sunday.
Solskjaer was referring to an article on Chelsea’s web site earlier than the sport, which claimed United captain Harry Maguire acquired away with VAR selections.
At Stamford Bridge, referee Stuart Atwell selected to award the Blues a free-kick, after Callum Hudson-Odoi appeared to deal with the ball within the field, regardless of going to the VAR display.
When requested if he thought his facet ought to have been given a penalty, Solskjaer informed Sky Sports activities: “Yep, 100 per cent. They’re shouting it’s a handball for our participant, however once you have a look at it on the video, they’ve taken two factors away from us.”
United had been additionally left livid two weeks in the past after their 1-1 draw at West Brom, when Maguire was denied a penalty.
“It’s all these outdoors influences, even the VAR speak earlier than the sport right here on Harry, once they put that on the web site, that’s cheeky. It’s influencing referees. You’ll be able to return and have a look at the web site. It’s placing stress on the referees to provide penalties in opposition to us,” Solskjaer added.