Manchester United continued their unbeaten away record in the league after settling for a goalless draw against Leeds United on Sunday.
It was the first time since April 1995 the clash between these two sides has ended with a 0-0 scoreline.
An incident in the first half has created headlines as a Whites penalty appeal was ruled out by VAR.
Jack Harrison’s cross hit Luke Shaw’s arm inside the box, but a penalty wasn’t awarded immediately by the on-field referee, Craig Pawson. His decision was then backed by VAR as they decided not to overturn Pawson’s decision.
This incident didn’t go down well with two of the Leeds United players, Ezgjan Alioski and Illan Meslier.
Speaking to TV2 after the tie, the goalkeeper said: “It was a penalty, wasn’t it? To me, it looked clear.”
The Macedonian was highly critical of the incident, suggesting the penalty would have been awarded, if it was in favour of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
“Sometimes it’s not fair. Because I think they give penalties to the big teams more often. Maybe it would have been a penalty if it was for Man United, but I have to see it,” Alioski stressed.
The Red Devils manager was also quizzed about the incident by TV2 and he said: “I have not seen it on video, but live I think it looked like it hit far up on the shoulder. I was not worried at all.”