Premier league dun reveal why Everton goal for Man Utd no dey ruled out by VAR

Na Everton dey lead for first half for Manchester United thanks to own goal by Victor Lindelof.

The Premier League dun con explain the reason why Victor Lindelof own goal wey give Everton lead for Manchester United no dey disallowed.

United fit dun welcome Jesse Lingard back from injury for the clash for Old Trafford and con enta the game with strong and beta squad, but dah one no stop the visitors to take the lead.

Be like say David de Gea make big error as hin miss hin punch after pressure from Dominic Calvert-Lewin for first half, before the ball bounce commot nack Lindelof enta empty net.

However, replays highlight say the Everton striker collide with De Gea as hin arm hit the Spaniard for face.

Referee Michael Oliver award the goal but VAR touch light the goal wella, as official Craig Pawson confirm the decision.

This dun lead to United fans unleashing dem frustration ontop the goal but why gan gan dem give the goal?

The Premier League dun since confirm to Sky Sports say dem give the goal because Calvert-Lewin coming together with De Gea dey adjudged to bin be ‘normal contact’.

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