Manchester United director Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has conceded that he didn’t bolster the official’s choice to book Daniel James during Monday’s Premier League game against the Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Solskjaer said that as indicated by him, Daniel James did not plunge adamantly and consequently the occasion does not warrant a yellow card.
On the off chance that you missed the game, the 21-year-old Red Devil player was reserved during the main portion of the game, as he was accepted to have made an intentional jump subsequent to testing Wolverhampton’s Joao Moutinho for the ball.
As indicated by reports, James was attempting to utilize his speed to move beyond Moutinho subsequent to tapping the ball past him.
The winger flicked the ball past the Wolves midfielder and endeavored to surpass him to recuperate it. In any case, as he did as such, he cut the slacking leg of Moutinho and tumbled to the ground.
In the meantime, Jon Moss the match ref who administered the procedures during the match was not so much happy with there being a foul and as opposed to noticing the Portuguese star for broadening his leg, brought the yellow card out and presented it to James, blaming him for jumping purposefully.
The match finished in a 1-1 attract and the question and answer session that pursued, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer kept up that there was sufficient contact for James to tumble down – to the extent he could see from the hole.
“I don’t believe it’s a booking,” he was cited as saying.
“I haven’t seen the video however he’s so brisk so you must let me know whether there’s contact or not. Be that as it may, he gets kicked so often and I think he gets heaps of yellow cards for the safeguards playing against him and some of the time he gets fouled and it doesn’t resemble a foul.”
“I don’t believe it’s a yellow card at any rate, from a live review,” Solskjaer closed.