Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says that the refereeing body PGMOL has admitted two mistakes in Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat to Sheffield United.
Solskjaer says the assessment reveals that Kean Bryan’s opening goal for the Blades should not have stood after a foul on David de Gea, while Anthony Martial’s goal at the other end was also wrongly disallowed.
United struck back in the second half, but a Sander Berge effort sealed all three points for the Blades at Old Trafford.
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"The momentum shifted for us with the Sheffield United game, but I've got the delegates' report from the ref and the two decisions were wrong," Solskjaer told a news conference on Monday.
"They've admitted their goal should have been disallowed and our goal should have stood,” he said.
“That's a big, big momentum changer for us. When you go 1-0 up rather than 1-0 down, go on and win that game."
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