De Gea's angry over Casemiro’s red card after Southampton draw
Casemiro was sent off after a VAR review in Man United's goalless draw against Southampton on Sunday. David De Gea demands more consistency in refereeing after the game.
After being initially booked by Anthony Taylor for a dangerous challenge on Carlos Alcaraz, Casemiro was sent off after a VAR review as United failed to get back to winning ways following their 7-0 defeat against Liverpool last week.
Speaking toSky Sports
, De Gea said: "It should be a game to win today, but the game changed when we lost a man in the team.
"We tried our best to score, but it was difficult. They had some chances, but in the end we showed good team spirit. We have to take the point and keep going.
"I think Casemiro was unlucky. He tried to touch the ball and his foot came up high. I think the referees need to show more consistency. Sometimes they show a red card, and sometimes they don't."
Casemiro will miss United's next four domestic games, including Premier League clashes with Newcastle United, Brentford, and Everton as well as the FA Cup quarter-final with Fulham.
"It's going to be tough, he's a big player," De Gea said. "We will miss him for four games, but we have a big squad. We have players coming from the bench who do well. We will keep working hard."
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