Shaw claims referee Attwell told Maguires that Hudson-Odoi played with his hand against United and it was the penalty

The derby between Chelsea and Manchester United that took place last weekend as part of the 26th week in the Premier League, had a controversial moment.

The Blues star Callum Hudson-Odoi allegedly played with his hand in his team area while in a duel with Mason Greenwood.

While the VAR gave a signal that Judge Stuart Attwell would have to reconsider whether it was a penalty, the latter did not signal such a thing in favor of the visitors.

Luke Shaw after the match claimed the referee told Harry Maguires that Hudson-Odoi played with his hand.

“If it’s not going to be a penalty, I don’t think they needed to stop the game,” he told Sky Sports after the game.

“The judge even told H. [Harry Maguire] that if I say it is a pen then it will cause a lot of conversation afterwards. “H was told it was a penalty.”

“I do not understand why the game is banned. “It is a confusing situation with VAR.”

“I will not complain about this because I do not think any of the teams did enough to win,” Shaw added.

Chelsea and Manchester United equalized without a goal, thus taking one point each. /Telegraph/

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