Has a point about Evans. Both players go to ground at pace in opposite directions. He's very lucky that a) Shelvey caught him rather than the other way round and b) he wasn't seriously injured.
It can do, if United had been one-up then the game is over, or against lesser oppo. Seen it dozens of times. In this situation, probably no.
I always say that the last World Cup final, was a perfect example of sending offs maybe making a game better, if they'd happened. Couldn't have been any worse.
I'm old School, so I would have just booked Shelvey, but as Citizen Neville said, Evans was just as wild, so send them both off.
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We only start playing when behind, isn't this exactly what happened last season too?
Penalty, pure and simple. Don't care if he did a triple-pike after, contact and another wild challenge from Evans.
Didn't see the first half. Why did Shelvey have a go at Old Purple Chops when he was on his way to an early bath?
I mean, aside from being a cock, obvz. Had Ferguson said something?
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"The committee discussed the issue of illegal bowling actions, and believed that there are a number of bowlers currently employing suspect actions in international cricket, and that the ICC's reporting and testing procedures are not adequately scrutinising these bowlers."
- Even the ICC's own official press release thinks things must change
We're still second best here. Looks like we're the ones with ten men.
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