Mourinho Sure VAR Will Scratch Real Madrid At UEFA Super Cup

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Mourinho Sure VAR Will Scratch Real Madrid At UEFA Super Cup

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said the use of the video review will annul the opening goal of Real Madrid and steer the UEFA Super Cup (9/8) into the extra round Agen Sbobet.

Manchester United lost 2-1 after a goalled by Casemiro and Isco. While their goals scored Romelu Lukaku which is his first goal in a competitive game.

However, Mourinho questioned the opening goal of Real Madrid by Casemiro. He believes that if this game uses Video Assistant Referee (VAR) the result will be different, the Brazil midfielder’s goal will be disallowed.

“I think we’re good. I think we conceded a doubtful goal and their goal offiside, “said Mourinho told BT Sport quoted from espnfc.com. “With a good VAR should be 1-1 and to extra time,”

Even so, Mourinho admits Real Madrid is the superior team in this game, they admit protege Zinedine Zidane dominate the game.

“The dominance shows the superior quality of the team, the quality of the players in midfield control the game, it holds the ball, keep the ball possession,” he said. “They touch the ball well, pass the ball well. That’s the consequence, ”

In addition, Mourinho also criticized the referee. He said the official match let Cristiano Ronaldo affect the end of the game after he came in on 83 minutes.

“We played a fantastic team, we discussed the game almost to the end,” added Mourinho. “I say almost to the end because every time Ronaldo is looking for a free kick that makes the game stop,”

With this victory Real Madrid managed to maintain the UEFA Super Cup. Last season they won this trophy after beating Sevilla 3-2.

Manchester United do not need to drag on the defeat of Madrid contra because they will next look at the Premier League opener against West Ham United at Old Trafford on 13 August. It is worth the wait also how the sharpness of Lukaku next.

The match will also be a reunion for the Hammers’ last striker, Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez, who two years ago sold to Bayer Leverkusen. (Source: espnfc.com)


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