Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Luke Shaw will not be punished for their controversial remarks after Sunday's game against Chelsea.
Luke Shaw said after the game that the referee had told Harry Maguire that he could have awarded a penalty to Manchester. Solskjaer also backed the words of his left-back after the game, but it seems that the Football Association has no plans to punish the two.
If it's not going to be a penalty, l don't think they needed to stop the game,
" Shaw said to Sky Sports after the game.
"The ref even said to H [Harry Maguire] that if I say it is a pen then it is going to cause a lot of talk afterwards. H got told it was a penalty. I don't understand why the game is stopped. It's confusing
"I'm not going to moan about it because l don't think either team did enough to win."
The United manager said in his post-match press conference: “
They probably thought his hand was in a very natural position when he flicked that ball. It’s gone now. We should have had a penalty and that’s clear but I’m a bit concerned we don’t get them penalties after the noises that were made a couple of
ago about us getting penalties, clearly there’s a point of manager’s influencing the referees.”
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