Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has given his verdict on two ‘stonewall’ penalties not awarded to Cristiano Ronaldo throughout his facet’s Premier League 2-1 win towards West Ham on Sunday.
Two objectives from Ronaldo and Jesse Lingard gave Man United all three factors towards the Hammers on the London Stadium.
Man United goalkeeper, David de Gea, additionally saved Mark Noble’s penalty within the ninety fifth minute throughout the encounter.
However Solskjaer feels the Purple Devils United ought to have had two penalties of their very own, each for fouls on Ronaldo.
“Two [penalties United should have been awarded] first and the final,” Solskjaer advised Sky Sports activities.
“I feel they’re stonewall you may’t even argue them. I feel the primary one the lad places his leg up, Cristiano runs straight and is fouled.
“The final one, Paul had a foul towards Kurt Zouma went over him. “So why is Cristiano third attraction not a penalty?
“Hopefully, it gained’t be Cristiano isn’t going to get a penalty.”