HomeWhat Man United star Scott McTominay shouted at referee Anthony Taylor after Marcos Alonso’s decision

What Man United star Scott McTominay shouted at referee Anthony Taylor after Marcos Alonso’s decision

Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay was furious with referee Anthony Taylor after Marcos Alonso’s mistake in the first half of the Chelsea game.

There was a lot of preparation for the confrontation on Sunday afternoon, but the first half certainly failed to live up to expectations.

There were few chances in the opening period, but Chelsea Certainly it was better than the exchanges in West London, with Antonio Rudiger Come closer.

Rudiger hit the ball from outside the penalty area and hit it lightly David de Gea Get the tip of a finger on the ball before it hits the crossbar and pushes it out.

It was a moment of intrigue in the first half that McTominay shouted furiously at referee Taylor after he was deemed to have made a foul. Alonso.

When Taylor suggested it was actually a McTominay foul and also a caution, the Manchester United and Scotland midfielder could be heard shouting: “Are you kidding?” in the direction of judgment.

Taylor was clearly not joking, though, to McTominay’s disgust – and Chelsea got the free kick.

Anyway, United ended up taking the lead in West London, when Jadon Sancho take advantage of a Jorginho Midfield foul, before the ball enters the lower right corner.

However, Jorginho made up for his mistake, when the Italian midfielder scored from a penalty kick inside, with a usually calm pass into the net.

after the game, Thomas Tuchel Admit it feels like two points were dropped instead of one point won.

He said: “Yeah, sure (I lost two points). It’s hard to imagine we could lose this – or give up points – because we were the better team, the team that set the pace, the intensity, and was winning the high ball.

“We are disappointed but we have no regrets. This can happen in football, we know it. I am not happy when it happens but it is. I told the team that I am happy with the performance and the way we played.”