Manchester United vs Manchester City: Manchester United should have been awarded two penalties says Jose Mourinho
JOSE MOURINHO demands Manchester United ought to have been honored two penalties in a warmed Manchester derby.
The Red Devils endured a 2-1 thrashing to Manchester City at Old Trafford, with Pep Guardiola’s men playing some overwhelming football in the opening 45 minutes.
Jose Mourinho trusts Man Utd ought to have been honored two penalties.
Be that as it may, United felt they ought to have been given a spot-kick taking after a mistake from Claudio Bravo.
The new City guardian charged out and seemed to slide in on Wayne Rooney with two feet, however ref Mark Clattenburg was not persuaded.
Joined likewise felt Nicolas Otamendi took care of in the crate as they pushed for an equalizer, and Mourinho made his sentiments known after the last shriek.
The Portuguese strategist said: “I’m extremely disillusioned in the two choices of Mark Clattenburg. Bravo ought to be a red card and a punishment.
“On the off chance that one of my players do that amidst the recreation center – if Fellaini or Rooney do that – it’s a red card and a free kick. In the crate it is more hard to give and he would not like to give it.
“Otamendi is a punishment. A few savants will say no in light of the fact that it’s the back of the arm however he knows. He’s taking a gander at the ball. We are not content with these choices.”