Paul Scholes agreed with Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card. Paul Scholes and Joe Cole, the pair of BT Sport and ufabet analysts. They agreed that Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card at right-back for Manchester United in the defeat to Young Boys Burn 1-2 Yesterday. It was appropriate because I pushed myself against Thala. And it was a major turning point, causing the team to end up empty-handed in the end.
The 23-year-old defender was sent off in the 35th minute for tipping over the ankle button Martins Pereira, the defender, had to go down to cry. Wisdom at the referee François Letezier fired one place
Playing with ten players for over 55 minutes, Scholes saw that Wan-Bissaka created a job for the teammate. And the person who has the right to go to curse is Jadon Sancho. Because he sacrificed himself and was replaced by Diogo Dalot instead.
“He created a job for himself. It’s a very aggressive extraction,” the former United midfielder commented.
“I don’t think he intentionally kept his opponent. But the result deserves to be appeciated.”
Cole, on the other hand, sees France as having no more benevolent choice. everything according to the rules “I think that moment was not accidental as well. But the referee was right. Because if the job page has to be fired A game of this level, when you make a mistake, you have to go.” ‘
Concluding comments from Peter Walton, the former referee agrees with the two gurus. Both added the rules of UEFA as well.
‘It’s a direct red card. We saw such incidents at the European Championships, where UEFA has strict judging standards when one player stomps on the other. Wan-Bissaka raises his foot above the ball against an opponent.
That makes team manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer choose a right-back as Dalot or stretch Victor Lindelof during Wan-Bissaka being detained.