Ole Gunnar Solskjær was overheard saying “Lots of f ****** nonsense” after a controversial VAR call went against Manchester United, according to MEN.
Rio Ferdinand, meanwhile, tweeted: “Shambles are going on here … ffs.”
Referee Kevin Friend had a big decision to make after a Luke Shaw free-kick was missed, resulting in a United outburst and Edinson Cavani being outraged.
Friend originally issued Robert Brady a yellow card before going to the screen to give the challenge a new look.
There were fears in the Burnley camp that Friend could upgrade the reservation to a red card when Brady was the last man.
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But instead, Friend again saw the build-up to the free kick and took a closer look at Luke Shaw’s free kick on Johann Gudmundsson.
He then decided that Shaw should have been booked for the challenge, so took the game back to that moment and withdrew Brady’s yellow card.
Burnley were then awarded a free kick just outside the Manchester United area, but the set piece came to naught.
Solskjaer watched the drama unfold from the sidelines, and according to MEN, he was overheard uttering: “Lots of f ****** nonsense”.
Manchester United can go to the top of the Premier League with a win over Sean Dyche’s Burnley at Turf Moor before Livrpool’s clash with the Red Devils on Sunday.
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