United recorded their first Premier League win at Old Trafford this season in controversial trend, needing a retaken second-half penalty from Bruno Fernandes to stumble throughout the road.
With the sport tied at 0-0 in the second interval, West Brom have been awarded a penalty for Fernandes’ problem on Conor Gallagher in the field.
But upon recommendation from VAR to verify his pitch-side monitor, referee Coote modified his thoughts, adjudging that Fernandes received a contact on the ball.
United then went up the opposite finish minutes later and earned a penalty for themselves after Semi Ajayi’s handball.
Fernandes’ spot-kick was saved by Sam Johnstone, however it was compelled to be retaken with the Baggies goalkeeper clearly off his line.
And Portugal worldwide Fernandes scored his second effort, handing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s aspect all three factors at Old Trafford.
But talking on BT Sport after the sport, United legend Ferdinand was fuming at referee Coote for reversing his authentic decision.
‘It’s a disgraceful decision, he received it proper first time’, the previous England defender mentioned.
‘He’s gone there it [the screen]. How do you really go towards the decision that you just made initially while you’re it once more in slow-mo?
‘The more you look at it the more it’s a pen.
Ferdinand’s former United team-mate Paul Scholes, nevertheless, thought the decision wasn’t as clear-cut and admitted he thought Fernandes received a portion of the ball.
‘I’ve seen it 50 instances I nonetheless can’t make my thoughts up,’ Scholes added. ‘I do know it does seem like slightly bit on shin-on-shin.
‘It does look like he [Fernandes] touches the ball a little bit. From another angle you can see Bruno’s response to go right away to the referee to complain. I don’t suppose it’s completely conclusive.’
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