‘Decisions didn’t go our way’ – Frustrated Manchester United player admits

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Manchester skipper Harry Maguire has admitted that the players felt terrible after losing the Champions League second round clash to Atletico Madrid.

United were the better side in the first half but ended up conceding in the 41st minute when Renan Lodi scored a free header.

The Manchester United camp believe that there was a foul on Anthony Elanga in the build-up to the goal, but the referee failed to blow for a foul.

Speaking after the game, Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire was frustrated at the referee’s decision as he admitted that Manchester United lost the major decisions.

Maguire told beIN SPORTS: “The decisions didn’t go our way tonight but we had long enough to get back in the game and get an equaliser and we didn’t do it.

“We’re all disappointed. It’s a sad dressing room right now. The lads are gutted.

“We thought we did enough to get something from the game but ultimately we’re out of the Champions League and the lads are gutted.”