Erik ten Hag identifies three officiating decisions that hurt Man Utd vs. Arsenal, ARS 2-1 MUN.

Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scored thrilling injury-time goals for Arsenal on Sunday, handing Manchester United a heartbreaking 3-1 loss at the Emirates. Prior to the late goals from Rice and Jesus, which put United on six points after four Premier League games this season, United had seemed set for a draw after Marcus Rashford and Martin Odegaard scored within two minutes of one another in the first half. CONTINUE READING>>>>>

Although there was some VAR debate, the drama towards the end made the game in north London memorable. When Alejandro Garnacho had a goal disallowed for the slightest of offsides, the score was tied at 1-1 before Arsenal scored. The Emirates went crazy as Declan Rice scored in the 96th minute, and Gabriel Jesus added a goal two minutes later to secure the three points.

Ten Hag lashed out at three crucial decisions that he thought were made against his team in a postgame interview with Sky Sports. Ten Hag stated, “I think we played a very good game, but I think everything went against us.” “With a bit more good fortune, we win the game,”In regards to Garnacho’s goal, it is not offside. incorrect angle. It is a sanction against Hojlund. And when we give up a goal, Jonny Evans was fouled. “It is so obvious and clear.” But it was a step in the right direction, and the performance pleased me.…… Continue Your Reading

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