Bruno Fernandes Demands PGMOL Apology Following Astonishing Man Utd Defeat, Strongly Calls Out Jon Moss

Bruno Fernandes Demands PGMOL Apology Following Astonishing Man Utd Defeat, Strongly Calls Out Jon Moss

Manchester United lost 2-0 to Tottenham in their Premier League match and were left to ponder an unsuccessful penalty kick appeal.

United of Manchester midfielder has Bruno Fernandes demanded an apology from the refereeing body and criticized Jon Moss following an incident in the first half of their 2-0 loss to Tottenham Hotspur.

United felt aggrieved that they were not awarded a penalty when Alejandro Garnacho’s curling shot appeared to strike Christian Romero’s outstretched arm in the 26th minute.

With the game scoreless at the time, a crucial decision could have shifted momentum in favor of United.

Despite Michael Oliver’s on-field decision being reviewed by VAR, no penalty was awarded, prompting Fernandes to demand an apology from the Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL), the organization responsible for referees.

The United midfielder also criticized Jon Moss, the Premier League referees’ manager at PGMOL. Following the contest, he informed Stadium Astro:

“You’ll have to ask him (referee Michael Oliver). They have to start making interviews after the games so they can explain themselves.

“It’s a clear penalty. No excuses for not seeing, no excuses for the VAR to not see that. Last week they made a big thing for United not having a penalty against us (for Wolves). I want to see what’s going to happen this week. If it’s going to happen…the same show that they did last week.


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Bruno Fernandes demanded an apology after Manchester United was denied a penalty against Tottenham.

“I want to see if Jon Moss also comes to apologise in our dressing room, like they said they did for the manager of Wolves. I hope he’s here and he can come.”

This occurred after Wolves were denied a late penalty in Monday night’s 1-0 loss to the Red Devils.

United custodian Andre Onana brought down Wolves forward Sasa Kalajdzic during a battle for Pedro Neto’s cross, but no penalty was given.

Erik ten Hag responded to this incident by informing his players that they cannot rely on the decision of officials to rescue them out of trouble throughout the entire season.

Bruno Fernandes has signaled to referee John Moss to come out.

United’s manager was perplexed as to why his team was not awarded a penalty in the incident involving Tottenham. He stated,

“We deserved a penalty, I don’t know why (it wasn’t given). It’s a penalty. Absolutely a penalty. It changes the direction of the ball and he’s blocking, the hand is right above (him).”

Pape Matar Sarr’s goal in the 49th minute gave Tottenham the lead, and seven minutes later, an own goal by Lisandro Martinez sealed the victory for Tottenham.

Bruno Fernandes Demands PGMOL Apology Following Astonishing Man Utd Defeat, Strongly Calls Out Jon Moss

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