David de Gea has seemingly aired his frustrations with Andre Marriner after Manchester United’s nervy 2-1 win against Crystal Palace on Saturday. United moved third in the Premier League with the triumph at Old Trafford, but questionable decisions marred the occasion again.
The Theatre of Dreams has become accustomed to polarising decisions in recent weeks.
United profited from a controversial offside call in the Manchester derby last month, with Marcus Rashford adjudged not impacting play for Bruno Fernandes’ equaliser from an offside position.
But against Reading in the FA Cup last weekend, Andy Carroll went unpunished for a high challenge on Christian Eriksen, which has ruled the Dane out for three months.
And Saturday’s Premier League encounter with Palace caused even more fury, with United feeling refereeing decisions almost cost them three points against Patrick Viera’s side.
The Red Devils were cruising at 2-0 after goals from Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford on either side of half-time.
But the course of the game turned on its head after the hour mark when Casemiro was, rightly, shown a straight red card for grabbing Will Hughes by the throat during a huge scuffle between the two sides.
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