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Sport CHRIS SUTTON: Scott McTominay should have seen red for naughty tackle

04:50  08 august  2022
04:50  08 august  2022 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Manchester United suffered defeat in their opening Premier League game and it was also a poor performance from the officials on the day.

They got a couple of big calls wrong and Sportsmail's Chris Sutton is here to talk you through them.

MCTOMINAY SHOULD HAVE SEEN RED FOR NAUGHTY TACKLE

In today’s game, this is a red card.

Scott McTominay will say momentum took him into Moises Caicedo and that he had no time to move his foot.

Scott McTominay was lucky not to be sent off during Sunday's game against Brighton © Provided by Daily Mail Scott McTominay was lucky not to be sent off during Sunday's game against Brighton

But it looked to me like McTominay knew he no longer had control of the ball and so he followed through in his challenge.

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It was naughty. Any player on the receiving end of a tackle like this will be asking the referee why he did not show a red

AND HOW ON EARTH WAS THIS PENALTY NOT GIVEN?

How this was not a penalty is beyond me.

Lisandro Martinez may be small for a centre back, but surely the VAR bar is not set so high that he is beneath it.

Martinez barges into the back of Danny Welbeck, who did well to get his body between the ball and his opponent, like any good striker should. He was clearly fouled, so why were United allowed to get away with this?

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