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EPL: We scored three goals – Rangnick, Maguire cry out after Man United’s 1-1 draw with Burnley

Manchester United boss, Ralf Rangnick and captain, Harry Maguire have blamed the match officers for his or her disappointing 1-1 draw with Burnley within the Premier League on Tuesday.

Each males usually are not blissful at Manchester United, having two targets disallowed within the recreation

Manchester United had the ball within the web 3 times within the first half however solely Paul Poga’s opener stood, with referee Mike Dean ruling out the opposite two.

Raphael Varane scored by way of a strong header however the objective was dominated out after Maguire was dominated offside when he blocked Jay Rodriguez.

Then moments later, the Pink Devils United had one other objective dominated out shortly after Pogba’s opener. Pogba was adjudged to have fouled Erik Pieters whereas attempting to regulate the ball.

And Rangnick stated the Pogba incident was a ‘delicate choice’, whereas Maguire couldn’t discover good causes for each disallowed targets.

“We scored three targets! That’s totally different from Friday. The second that was disallowed, the linesman flagged foul however 10 seconds after that incident. This was a really delicate choice I have to say,” Rangnick stated.

“We scored three targets within the first half, so I couldn’t blame the staff for not having a killer intuition within the first half,” he stated.

Maguire added: “I feel he gave it offside. He stated it wasn’t a foul. Interfering with play, I don’t know. I don’t assume Rodriguez would have affected the objective.

“I feel the opposite one for Paul Pogba’s judged to have fouled. It was positively not a foul.”

United have now dropped to fifth within the Premier League desk, with West Ham returning to fourth after 1-Zero win over Watford.

Up subsequent for the Pink Devils is their Premier League recreation towards Southampton on Saturday..

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