Harry Maguire insists Jordan Pickford didn’t foul him within the field throughout Manchester United’s 3-1 win over Everton.
The Pink Devils needed to come from behind to register simply their third win in seven Premier League matches this season.
Bernard gave Everton an early lead, earlier than objectives from Bruno Fernandes (2) and Edinson Cavani eased a number of the strain on United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Pickford, who has come under-fire for his reckless deal with on Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk in final month’s Merseyside derby, was within the highlight once more for the incorrect causes.
The Toffees goalkeeper dropped a Juan Mata free-kick and subsequently kicked Maguire, whose shot didn’t hit the goal within the second-half.
Referee Paul Tierney and VAR official Michael Oliver didn’t assume there was sufficient contact on Maguire to award a penalty to the Pink Devils.
And the Manchester United captain appeared to agree in his post-match press convention.
Maguire advised the membership’s official web site: “I personally don’t assume it was [a penalty].
“I felt like I most likely pushed Jordan earlier than, I do know everybody’s most likely making an attempt to leap on him dropping the ball however I did really feel like I pushed him.
“I’d say [a penalty] would have been slightly bit comfortable.”
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Nonetheless, talkSPORT commentator Clive Tyldesley known as Pickford’s actions ‘wild’ and ‘uncontrolled’.
He stated: “It was wild and uncontrolled from Pickford. He’s received away with that.
“It was his instincts taking up once more, and his instincts weren’t the very best. It was one other untidy second within the lifetime of Jordan Pickford.”