Jack Grealish rages and swears at ref at full-time as Man Utd loss sparks controversy


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“The law was amended to actually counter that argument of whether he touches the ball or does he interfere with an opponent playing the ball. He does neither, so as the law stands he hasn’t done anything wrong, it’s actually very good play from Rashford himself.”

Guardiola also felt that the goal should not have been awarded. “Rashford was offside,” Guardiola told BT Sport. “He distracted our keeper and defenders.”

While United boss Erik ten Hag admitted he could see Guardiola’s point of view, but felt that the referee made the correct call. “I can see that from the other side but when you follow the rules, he wasn’t interfering,” Ten Hag said. “It was a goal. Bruno came from the back.”



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