Man Utd ahead Greenwood aggrieved by Saints objective in St Mary´s draw

Mason Greenwood felt Southampton’s objective shouldn’t have been allowed to face as Manchester United needed to accept a 1-1 draw at St Mary’s.

Saints took the lead with what went down as a Fred personal objective after Che Adams’ shot deflected off the midfielder earlier than flashing into the nook of the online on the half-hour mark.

Greenwood equalised together with his second Premier League objective in lots of video games, however the Crimson Devils have been unable to trend a winner.

Bruno Fernandes was livid he was not awarded a free-kick for a problem from Jack Stephens previous to Saints’ opening objective, however referee Craig Pawson and the VAR noticed nothing untoward.

Greenwood felt United had been exhausting executed by.

The ahead informed BBC’s Match of the Day: “I believe it’s come by means of the again of him. I believed it was a foul nevertheless it’s the referee’s resolution on the finish of the day and we are able to’t dwell on it.

“I perceive they’re going to let extra challenges go so the sport retains flowing which is a good suggestion, but when there’s a foul there’s a foul.”

Greenwood’s objective took his tally to 19 within the Premier League, a haul that solely Michael Owen (40), Robbie Fowler (35) and Wayne Rooney (30) have bettered as a youngster.

A degree prolonged United’s run to 27 away video games with out defeat within the high flight, matching a document set by Arsenal between April 2003 and September 2004.

Greenwood thinks Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s facet ought to have secured all three factors.

The 19-year-old stated: “There’s a little bit little bit of disappointment. I believe we must always have gotten all three factors with a late objective. Southampton did properly.

“They defended properly however I believe we must always have went for it after the equaliser however sadly we didn’t.”

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