Manchester United dropped two precious points against Swansea City at Old Trafford, but if it weren’t for Marcus Rashford’s last-minute dive in the first half, the Red Devils could have done even worse.
The young England international fell to the ground without Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski doing anything to cause his fall, but the referee saw differently, and Wayne Rooney gave United the lead, just before the two teams went to the locker rooms for halftime.
He was furious. He was furious
Swansea City manager Paul Clement told reporters after the game, talking about his Polish goalkeeper.
He said: ‘I’ve gone down to get my hands on the ball, and I can see that now I can’t get it so I’ve come away from it and he gone down before the contact
Clement shared with the Press. Swansea City still left Old Trafford with a point, thanks to a Gylfi Sigurdsson goal just over ten minutes from time.
There was more bad news for United, as both Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly had to be substituted due to injuries, with Shaw’s looking more serious, at least according to Jose Mourinho.
I think Luke Shaw’s must be a big injury, because to leave the pitch after 10 minutes, I am expecting a very big injury
the United manager said after the game.