Maguire: We weathered Everton's storm
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has praised the side’s fightback against Everton amidst VAR controversy in the final minutes at Goodison Park.
“We’ve been really solid as of late, we’ve kept numerous clean sheets and to concede so early is disappointing, especially when you come to a tough place like Goodison Park,”Maguire said after the game.
“It was disappointing, but we bounced back brilliantly in the first half, we dominated the game, created a lot of chances and thoroughly deserved to come in level at half-time.”
Ole: Neither team deserved to loseVideo
“I saw him [Sigurdsson] sat down in front of David [De Gea] so I don’t know why the linesman hasn’t put his flag up and then gone to check VAR after,”said the United captain.
“There was no doubt in my mind that it was offside.”
“It’s a big relief after the controversy of the last ‘goal’,”he admitted.
“It’s probably an even game, a fair result, but we move on and we’ve got a lot of big games coming up. In the second half, we weathered a little bit of a storm from them. They had numerous corners but like I said, I think a draw is a fair result in the end.”