“The match was rubbed. The referee should be banned from officiating. We could have won the match. Marcus Rashford wss one on one when Kyle Walker dragged him down which was meant to be a red but the referee did nothing”-Fans furious at what the did to Man Utd playerpĺplĺlpp before Phil Foden’s screamer

Social media erupted in fury at Marcus Rashford’s actions just before Phil Foden scored the equalizer in the Manchester derby.

In the 55th minute, Foden made a brilliant move, slipping past Victor Lindelof to unleash a powerful shot into the top right corner from outside the box, leveling the score at 1-1.

Following Foden’s strike, fans took to platforms like X (formerly Twitter) to criticize Rashford. Moments before Foden’s goal, Rashford had a chance to attack City’s goal but was outmuscled by Kyle Walker. Despite Rashford’s claims for a foul, play continued.

Fans on social media largely ignored Rashford’s protests and instead expressed frustration at his missed opportunity to extend United’s lead. One user wrote, “They aren’t messing up everything like Rashford is. He’s being served chances on a plate and still manages to mess them up.”

Another commented, “Since that worldie, #Rashford has done nothing. Only dived before Foden (who’s been sensational) scored his worldie.”

A third user added, “Rashford is a joke for looking for a cheap free kick.”

A fourth remarked, “No, Rashford was soft. He had the pace to beat Walker but he didn’t trust himself.”

However, Manchester United manager Ten Hag showed sympathy for Rashford’s situation. The Dutchman expressed his frustration by throwing a water bottle on the floor in response to Rashford not being awarded a free-kick.

Earlier in the game, Rashford had scored a stunning goal to put United ahead. Bruno Fernandes set up the opportunity, and Rashford fired a first-time shot from about 25 yards, smashing it off the crossbar and into the net.

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