Breaking News: The Premier League has finally acknowledged the horrible VAR blunder committed by the referee during the Manchester United vs. Liverpool match. It is really unfortunate that the referee’s negligence caused us to draw the match; we cannot allow this to occur and the match needs to be replayed.😑😑😑


The match at Old Trafford ended in a 2-2 draw this afternoon, with both Manchester United and Liverpool settling for a share of the points.

Jurgen Klopp’s record against Erik ten Hag remains winless, with today’s draw adding to a string of outcomes during the German’s final season in charge. The previous encounters between the two teams resulted in a goalless draw at Anfield, a 4-3 loss in the FA Cup, and now, a single point from today’s fixture.

Liverpool took the lead in the 23rd minute, but goals from Bruno Fernandes and the impressive Kobbie Mainoo saw Manchester United leading 2-1 as the match entered the final 10 minutes.

However, the momentum shifted when Aaron Wan-Bissaka was deemed to have fouled Harvey Elliott in the penalty area. Referee Anthony Taylor promptly awarded a penalty, a decision swiftly confirmed by VAR after a brief review.

Upon closer scrutiny, some observers have raised doubts about whether Wan-Bissaka made any contact with the Liverpool attacker, prompting questions about the validity of the penalty call.

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