Arsenal-Manchester United: Rangnik cuts arbitration after Red Devils defeat

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Manchester United coach Ralph Rangnick is bitter after the Red Devils’ defeat against Arsenal this Saturday (3-1) for the 34th day of the Premier League. The German coach points to the decisions taken by VAR and believes the top 4 is now out of reach.

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Manchester United may have seen their last chances of playing in the Champions League next season. Defeated by the Gunners at Emirates Stadium (1–3), the Red Devils are now 6 tallies from fourth place, the final qualifier for the Most Beautiful European Cup, with one more match. Mancunian coach Ralph Rangnick is ‘very certain’ the top 4 are out of reach: ‘It wasn’t very likely for me before the game, but after today’s result yes, (he) is left”.

‘Three particularly ominous VAR decisions’

The German coach was also particularly disappointed with the result of the day, after a fairly solid performance but with a lack of success, as Fernandes missed 1–2. “There were three very unfortunate VAR decisions. Arsenal’s third goal for me was clearly offside. Cristiano’s second goal was not offside,” he said in comments reported by Sky Sports. We are not happy with the VAR decisions today. A better face but a disappointing result.”

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Cristiano Ronaldo was notably denied the second goal at the hour mark for only a few centimeters offside. On the Gunners’ third achievement, a missile from Xhaka (70th), Rangnik probably assumes that Neketia is in a passive offside position and hides his goalkeeper De Gea’s visibility. The Mancunian coach has four games left to try to finish the season as well as possible before giving way to Eric Ten Haig.

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