Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blames referee Mike Dean’s duty

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, manager of Manchester United, blames referee Mike Dean’s duty. As the cause of their 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa at home. Because the score their opponents should have been offside first. As for the injury of the 2 defenders, they may miss the Champions League game in the middle of the week.

The 88-minute problem rhythm that ‘Astal Villa’ has kicked a corner on the left, and then centre-back Courtney Horse hit the first post, tugging the net. It appears that Villa players harassed Dan David de Gea and touched him. 

Of course, according to the rules. He had to be caught offside. But Dean took his ears to the fields and took his eyes to the fields. As with the VAR team, it is considered legal. As a result, the Norwegian boss got hot after the game. 

“You can get it if we concede goals like they did well. But the ball was offside,” Ole told Sky Sports and ufabet

“Someone touched De Gea and then a header broke into the goal. It’s the same as the Leicester game, but the match is not a goal – that makes me doubt the consistency of the refereeing. This is clearly offside.”

The ball lost, Solskjaer also sacrificed captain Harry Maguire and left-back Luke Shaw, the two main ones, the latest boss waiting for the medical team to inform progress. But there is a high chance of missing the Champions League kick as the home team meets Villarreal (29 Sept.)

“As you can see, at the moment they don’t look good for Wednesday’s game. Let’s see again later.”