Man United made a clear decision on whether to appeal Casemiro’s red card
The Man United team is said to have made a decision if they want to appeal against the red card that their midfielder Casemiro received against Southampton.
The Brazilian was sent off by coach Anthony Taylor 11 minutes before half-time in the goalless draw at Old Trafford with Southampton.
Taylor initially gave Casemiro a yellow card for the foul but the VAR judge, Andre Marriner, called him and told him to review the incident and change his decision.
Marriner was heavily criticized by the fans of Man United after his decision to call VAR to the referee because he did not cause a single red card in Saturday’s match between Chelsea and Leicester City when the Foxes made fatal mistakes.
According to the Manchester News, Man United has decided not to appeal against Casemiro’s red card. This news is a shock to Manchester fans.
Casemiro will miss the FA Cup quarter-final against Fulham and the league games against Newcastle United, Brentford and Fulham.
Man United was able to get a point in that match where they played mostly with 10 players but it is the second match in a row that they have lost points in the league.
Erik Ten Hag argued after the match that the referee influenced the match by thinking that they deserved a penalty.