VAR apologized to Manchester United for disallowing Manchester United winning goal yesterday against Brentford as English FA set panel for REVIEW

Kobbie Mainoo from Manchester United is seen engaging with Ivan Toney from Brentford during the Premier League game held at Brentford Community Stadium in Brentford, England on March 30, 2024. The photo was taken by Matthew Peters and is owned by Manchester United via Getty Images.

Manchester United had to accept a 1-1 draw with Brentford in the Premier League tonight, following a subpar performance at the Gtech Community Stadium.

 

Following an exhilarating 4-3 victory against Liverpool in the FA Cup prior to the international break, United aimed to carry that positive momentum into this encounter. However, their aspirations of qualifying for the Champions League suffered another setback when they only managed to secure a draw, resulting in two lost points.

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United allowed a significant number of scoring opportunities, while Brentford shown inefficiency in converting those chances into goals. The visitors believed they had secured a 1-0 victory when Mason Mount, in his debut goal for the club, scored during additional time after being substituted. However, United’s happiness was short-lived as Kristoffer Ajer quickly equalized for the Bees.

 

It signaled the conclusion of a humbling evening for United, as they were outperformed for extended stretches of time.

 

View the responses to the game on MEN Sport’s live blog below.

 

Significant occurrences

The final score of the match between Brentford and Manchester United was 1-1.

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The time is 22:02.

Brentford has scored a goal, resulting in a 1-1 tie against Manchester United. The goal was scored by Ajer.

Goal scored! The current score is Brentford 0-1 Man United, with the goal being scored by Mount.

23:01 – DOMINIC BOOTH

That is everything.

Our live blog for tonight has come to an end. Thank you for joining.

 

The time is 22:42 and the name is Dominic Booth.

Ten Hag’s statement

The manager of the United team has also had a conversation with Sky Sports. He acknowledged that his team performed poorly, but believed that they should have emerged victorious:

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“If you are experiencing success, it is unwise to relinquish it.” Typically, we possess a formidable team in such circumstances. However, we must successfully complete the task, and it is disheartening that we have not been able to do so.

 

“Our actions should have been executed in a different manner during that time.”

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