It was a tight match between Chelsea and Manchester United as both teams shared points in Stanford Bridge while the match ended in a goalless draw.
Marcus Rashford’s free-kick was saved by Edouard Mendy, but it was the aftermath that caused controversy, as Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi looked to have handled in the box.
The Blues’ winger appeared to accidentally touch the ball with his hand, diverting it away from United forward Mason Greenwood in the process.
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The incident was a hot topic of debate after the two sides played out a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge, with United insistent that they were on the wrong end of a bad decision by Stuart Atwell.
Callum Hudson-Odoi handled in the area as he challenged Mason Greenwood for the ball. VAR then recommended that Atwell should take a look at the pitch-side monitor.
He decided against awarding the penalty and allowed play to continue to the dismay of the United players.
De Gea made a couple of saves in the match, and keeping a clean sheet was relevant though it was a disappointing final result as it ended goalless.
After the match, United’ goalkeeper has his has about the match where he was disappointed due to the controversy of the match.