Rangnick slams VAR after Man Utd draw with Burnley – ‘We scored three goals!’

Ralf Rangnick has slammed VAR after Manchester United’s draw with Burnley on Tuesday.

The Red Devils saw two goals disallowed in the first-half at Turf Moor.

The first came from an offside Harry Maguire blocking Jay Rodriguez, while the second was ruled out after Paul Pogba was deemed to have fouled Erik Pieters.

Rangnick told BT Sport after the game: “We scored three goals! That is different to Friday. The second one that was disallowed, the linesman flagged foul but 10 seconds after that incident. This was a very soft decision I must say.

“Again we played an excellent first half. We controlled and dominated the game. We scored the three goals but two were disallowed.

“In the second half we were not aggressive enough. It was clear they would come out and be aggressive. The way we allowed them to score, we didn’t defend the whole situation.

“A frustrating night for us because we should have won that game comfortably.

“We scored three goals in the first half so I couldn’t blame the team for not having a killer instinct in the first half.

“In the end it was also a little question of luck. One point for a performance like this is just not enough.”

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