Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed he’s over the penalty incident involving us and Chelsea during our last Premier League game at Stamford Bridge.
Many pundits, and fans of the Red Devils believe we should have been awarded a spot kick, after Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi handled the ball.
However, we didn’t get the decision, as centre referee, Stuart Atwell declined our plea for one, despite recommendation by the VAR.
The decision has cost us to slip 15 points behind Manchester City in the title race, but when asked to speak about it recently, the gaffer revealed he’s over it, and all focused on the game against Crystal Palace now.
He told the media: “That’s water under the bridge.
“You move onto the next one. We all know it’s a high-pressure situation and you have to accept the situations.
“We move on. All my focus after the game has been on [Crystal] Palace.”
The boss added: “I think the refs have a difficult enough job without extra pressure, so we should leave them do make as many good decisions as they can.”