Luke Shaw, a Manchester United defender, spoke about the hand incident that happened during the first half of the match against Chelsea.
After consulting with VAR, chief referee Stuart Attwell agreed not to award a penalty to the Londoners after the ball landed in the possession of midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi.
“I’m not sure.” I was watching the hand play at the time. I’m not sure if it was Greenwood or Hudson-Odoi who did it. I just kept playing, oblivious to the fact that there was a VAR check in place. I’m not sure why the game was halted. If they don’t believe it’s a foul, I’m not sure why the game was stopped.
“When I suggest it’s a penalty, it’ll cause a lot of talks later,” the referee said to Maguire. As a consequence, I’m not sure what happened there.
The referees were advised it was a punishment, according to Maguire. They were told there was a penalty by VAR. ” I’m not sure. We were attacking and had the ball, but the VAR threw us off. If it isn’t a penalty, the referees can simply continue the game. “I’m not going to complain because neither team did anything to win,” Shaw said.
Maguire said the umpires were told it was a penalty after the Hudson-Odoi hand display. We were perplexed by VAR. luke-shaw, mu, Chelsea, referee
Hudson-side, Odoi’s according to Sulscher: “It’s a punishment. If this is the normal location of the hand, I am blind.”