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/