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Manchester United found themselves on the wrong end of two controversial refereeing decisions in the space of a minute against Paris St-Germain this evening.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men fell a goal behind early on against the French champions, with Neymar breaking the deadlock after six minutes at Old Trafford.
Marcus Rashford brought them level 26 minutes later, just after Fred had avoided a red card despite appearing to headbutt PSG’s Leandro Paredes.
After consultation with VAR, the referee somehow decided to only brandish the Brazilian a yellow card.
Nevertheless, the hosts got their comeuppance in the second half, as with 20 minutes remaining Marquinhos edged PSG in front again while seemingly in an offside position.
The VAR check was a brief one, and just a minute later Fred was given his marching orders for a challenge on ex-United man Ander Herrera - even though replays showed him winning the ball.
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