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Devastating news has been revealed by the Premier League regarding the unfortunate VAR error that was made by the referee during the match between Manchester United and Bournemouth.

The penalty kick that Bruno Fernandes took was a significant factor in the outcome of the match between Manchester United and Bournemouth, which ended in a 2-2 draw at the Vitality Stadium to Manchester United.

by Dandozzy

During their Premier League match against the Cherries, Manchester United had the opportunity to rise up the standings and surpass Newcastle United.

This opportunity was presented to them during the game. On Saturday, they remained in seventh place, ten points behind Aston Villa, who were in fourth place.

However, they were unable to completely capitalize on this opportunity and stayed in seventh place.

The first goal for Bournemouth was scored by Dominic Solanke in the sixteenth minute.

He scored by sliding past Willy Kambwala and scoring past Andre Onana of the opposing team.

An unexpected goal scored by Fernandes, the captain of Manchester United, brought the score even, calming tensions among the players as well as the spectators who were traveling with them.

Justin Kluivert was able to capitalize on the open space that Marco Senesi created for him, which allowed Bournemouth to recover control of the game.

This was made possible by Kambwala and Diogo Dalot’s weak defensive position. The home team regained the lead with a goal scored by Kluivert nine minutes after Manchester United had equalized the score.

Having been outplayed throughout the first half, Manchester United went into halftime behind by one goal when the game was over.

Another equalizer was scored by Fernandes, a quality midfielder who plays in the Premier League.

He scored a penalty kick in the 65th minute. In light of the fact that referee Tony Harrington’s decision to award the penalty left Adam Smith bewildered, the decision to award the penalty aroused debate.

Within the confines of the penalty area, Kobbie Mainoo attempted to take a shot at the goal while Ten Hag’s team was launching a counterattack.

However, Ryan Christie was able to block his shot. Smith was the recipient of the ball’s deflection, but he did not make any attempt to alter the trajectory of the ball with his arm.

It was determined by Harrington that Smith had intentionally committed a handball, which made it possible for Manchester United to equalize for the second time and earn a point away from their home stadium.

With only a few moments having passed since Fernandes scored the equalizer, Smith showed his disbelief.

Manchester United have only won one of their last seven Premier League games, which was a 2-0 victory over Everton. This is the key statistic that GIVEMESPORT has provided.

It seems that Manchester United made yet another expensive mistake during the extra time that was played in the second half.

Throughout the entirety of the game, Kambwala had a difficult time contending with Solanke’s strength, and he was penalized for taking Christie down.

A penalty kick was given to the squad that Andoni Iraola is playing for, which is also competing for a position in the top half of the standings.

Because it was unclear whether the contact took place within or outside of Manchester United’s penalty area, a video assistant referee (VAR) review was carried out.

The referee overturned the ruling and gave Bournemouth a free kick instead of the penalty kick.

It’s possible that Iraola and his team would feel disappointed because they did not win their 12th Premier League match.

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