Harry Maguire honestly admitted that his challenge from Jordan Pickford did not warrant a penalty.

This came during Manchester United’s victory Everton At Goodison Park on Saturday, the visitors won 3-1.

Bruno Fernandez scored twice after Bernard opened the scoring for Tovez, before Edinson Cavani scored his first goal for his new team to put the score in place.

But with United advancing with a goal, there was a possible case for a penalty kick after Pickford Maguire hit.

Steve McManman was convinced the accident called for a penalty in BT Sport’s joint commentary.

However, VAR decided to support Paul Tierney’s decision in the field by ignoring it.

Manchester United star Harry Maguire explained what happened between him and Jordan Pickford

Maguire is now knocked out and agreed with the referee, saying it would have been an easy penalty.

“I just explained this there, and I personally don’t think it was [a penalty]The leader of the Red Devils said.

“I think I might have missed Jordan first. I put my hand in his chest when he went to catch the ball and felt the touch on my knee.

“I felt like I had pushed Jordan before and I know everyone might be trying to jump on him and drop the ball but I felt like I pushed him.

“I want to say [a penalty] It would be a little weak. “

The result is a huge sigh for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who came under pressure after the defeat in front of Arsenal And Istanbul is Basaksehir.

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Jordan Pickford’s challenge to Harry Maguire went to video assistant referee

Maguire admitted he hoped United would turn a corner.

He added, “Sometimes it is difficult for the players but today we reacted really well to two bad results. We felt we were on the right track yet.” [the 5-0 win versus] Leipzig, but we felt we had let ourselves down in front of Arsenal.

“On another day, Arsenal’s result could have been different.

“It was a tight and exciting match, but we don’t want it to be tight and sharp when we’re playing at Old Trafford.

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We wanted to control the game. We gave them an easy goal and they kept winning the game.

“In the week [against Istanbul Basaksehir] We once again gave them an easy target to take the lead and had a hard time creating chances for a comeback.

“We knew it was an important game to come here and get three points. The players reacted really well but as we know, it’s just the beginning.”