"I don't think it was a sending off," he commented. "Maybe a bit of tiredness crept in towards the end when Hazard tried to go past him, but I don't think it was a red card."
Despite a tough day at the office, Moyes was in no mood for a let-up in the league, and although the Reds now sit 14 points off top spot, the United boss implored his players to keep on plugging away, while Wednesday’s Capital One Cup semi-final second leg tie at Old Trafford now takes on even great importance.
"[Top of the league] is a long way away but we'll never say it's gone for us," he said. "We'll do our best to get out of it if we can. I keep saying the best thing you can do is go and win your next game and we'll try and do that."