Manchester United lose again on chaotic night in Copenhagen

Manchester United lose again on chaotic night in Copenhagen

On a chaotic night in Copenhagen, there were seven goals, two penalties, a game changing r d card, a protester on the pitch and a late winner. This late winner was from a 17 year old substitute but once more we are left talking about VAR.

In a week that has seen video technology in the headlines because of it’s use in Monday madness at Tottenham. It came to the fore to make key decisions in Denmark as Manchester United slipped to a damaging defeat in the champions league.

Manchester United manager, Eric Ten Hag felt it use to dismiss Marcus Rashford for planting his foot on the ankle of Elias Jelert changed the game. Referee Donatas Rumsas would be called to the pitch side to monitor twice more in the game. To award a penalty to each side for handball of both described as soft by former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes.

In addition, everything seemed to be going swimmingly for United  after arguably their most accomplished 25 minutes of the season at the start of Wednesday game. Rasmus Hojlund two close range finish in a period of purpose and precision had the visitors in complete control.

What Manchester United have in total is three points in Group A, one less than Copenhagen and Galatasaray. With the performance of United it looks difficult to seek qualification to round 16 in the champions league.

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