Manchester United could have cruised to an easy victory against Copenhagen hadn’t been Marcus Rashford wasn’t sent off in the first half.
Rashford saw red for an unintentional stamp on an FC Copenhagen player, and VAR interpreted it as a violent action worthy of a sending off.
While many football legends have slammed the decision, ESPN’s VAR expert, Dale Johnson, believe the Man United star was correctly sent off.
He tweeted: “High above the boot. Buckle of the ankle. Intent of action doesn’t matter. That’s what a VAR looks for when considering a red card overturn.
“Very unlucky considering Rashford isn’t even making a tackle, but this is the interpretation – especially so in Europe.”