Dean Smith angry at VAR for awarding Manchester United controversial penalty

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Anyone in football knows Fernandes is trying the dragback, he puts his foot on the ball and stands on Ezri. "When that's going happen is up to every single one who's here and how quickly we can make this process go".

"There have been some really poor VAR decisions this season, which is unfortunate for a system which was supposed to help the big decisions".

United's highest scorer among current players and one of their most high profile players, Rashford, was sidelined due to injury before the footballing season was stopped amid the growing concerns of the situation caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic. "For me it's a penalty".

They failed to harness their anger properly and Greenwood rattled in a second from 20 yards after a quick United break in first-half injury time.

Villa keeper Pepe Reina was kept busy, dealing with efforts from Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood while Fernandes missed a great chance when he headed over when unmarked with the goal at his mercy.

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Solskjaer's boys are set to take on Brighton and Bournemouth this week in the Premier League and will hope to close in the fourth place, which is the final spot for the Champions League qualification for next campaign.

"We have to keep working, there is a lot to do".

Paul Pogba wrapped up the win against a Villa side, who looked demoralised, when Fernandes played a clever corner deep to the Frenchman outside the box and the World Cup victor placed the ball in the bottom corner past a motionless Reina for his first league goal since April, 2019.

"Of course we are very confident now but we haven't done anything yet", the goalkeeper said. "They are not in top form that Liverpool and Manchester United are".

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