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 Solshire blames Lampard for not awarding a penalty kick from Manchester United in front of Chelsea!

Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blamed former Chelsea coach Frank Lampard for not getting a penalty in yesterday's Premier League match.

Manchester United tied negatively with Chelsea in the summit of the twenty-sixth round.


And the referee refused to award a penalty kick for Manchester United in the 15th minute, despite the presence of a handball on Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The referee then resorted to video technology, which determined that there was no penalty.

"It's all about all these external influences," Solskjaer said in statements published by the English "manchestereveningnews": "You can see what they write on the Chelsea website explicitly about our captain's Maguire, for example, this affects the referees and puts pressure on them regarding the calculation of kicks in our favor."

"Is Lampard the one who started it? There was a lot of talk about getting penalty kicks when there is no doubt about it at all," he added.

He continued: "And now, today, we should have received a penalty, as is clear for sure, we did not get it, this cost us two points today."

And when he was asked his opinion of what Manchester United defender Luke Shaw said about the words the referee said to his colleague Harry Maguire that he could claim a penalty kick in their favor due to the controversy that would result from it.

The Norwegian replied, saying: "I cannot comment on that because it will not be useful to him (Shaw / Maguire), of course it is worrying, I do not want to raise an argument, but is it not true ?!"

Solskjaer: A penalty kick against Chelsea was not awarded? I must be blind!

Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expressed his dissatisfaction with not getting a penalty in today's match against Chelsea in the Premier League championship.

The two teams met at Stamford Bridge in the twenty-sixth round, where they tied goalless.


Manchester United demanded a penalty kick in the first half due to a handball by Callum Hudson-Odoi.

The referee refused to count, and resorted to video technology, which recognized that there was no penalty.

"It was a 100% penalty kick," Solskjaer said in statements published by the BBC. "If this is a normal situation for the hand to interfere with the ball, then I must be blind!"

"We wanted to win," he added, "regardless of our quality in finishing attacks or the last pass that was not good enough, we had a lot of pressure."

He continued: 
"There was a wonderful save from De Gea and we kept our sheets clean."

He continued: "What disappointed us was our quality with the ball, the first half was bad, a really bad match on our part in that half, but then we played well sometimes."

And he continued: "When we settled, we created some chances, but we did not have enough. Luke Chau responded well. This is what you do in front of a goal opportunity that you must confront, we were excellent in defense."
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