Previous Premier League official, Dermot Gallagher has clarified why Everton’s objective was not prohibited in their 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday.
Everton’s objective came after Dominic Calvert-Lewin slammed into Manchester United goalkeeper, David de Gea in the punishment box. The ball at that point skiped off protector Victor Lindelof and went in as a possess objective for Everton.
After VAR’s check, the objective was permitted in spite of the occurrence. Gallagher disclosed to Sky Sports, “I genuinely don’t believe it’s a foul. At the point when you watch it, De Gea turns out and folds at the ball.
“They [De Gea and Calvert-Lewin] are both noticeable all around and Calvert-Lewin has an arm crosswise over him, however the ball is no more. There will be inescapable contact now.
“I think the contact has happened thereafter. He’s turned out and fluttered at the ball out of the blue, they’re both noticeable all around and there will be a crash, there’s no uncertainty about that, yet I think it occurs after the ball has gone past him.”