“Gary” released an analysis of ” Struijk “, the stroke of “Elliott”. Former Manchester United star Gary Neville, now serving as Sky Sports analyst, has commented on Leeds defender Pascal Struijk’s red card. United in their home game against Liverpool on Sunday night, September 12,
with the 22-year-old Dutch defender being sent off for a foul on Liverpool’s young star midfielder Harvey Elliott. Until a broken ankle injury. Which referee Craig Powson has check VAR after the game has stopped before deciding to give a red card to the News. Which results in the home team having only 10 people left.
However, Neville has shown see about this rhythm that “I don’t think it should be a red card. It is a red card cause by the severity of the player’s injury. But not severe from the rhythm of the extraction”
“It’s clear Strauch didn’t mean to hurt Elliott, this red card, of course, is a consolation to the Liverpool fans, hopefully he’ll get better soon. And won’t spend a lot of time on the sidelines,” Gary explains the key moment.
For the game ended with the victory of the “Reds” 3-0, which made the invasion collect three important points. Ready to move the group of leaders with 10 points equal to Manchester United and Chelsea, two teams at the top of the table.