“You need to understand the qualities of the opposition, with players like that. Fernandes is very clever in his movement. We saw that at Aston Villa to make something feel like a penalty where maybe it even isn’t.
“As a player we can talk about VAR decisions and whether they’re right or wrong. But if a player is going to dangle a leg and not move their feet then you obviously do leave yourself open to penalties, VAR or no VAR.”
Chelsea and United have already faced off three times this season – twice in the Premier League and once in the Carabao Cup.
United have won all three of those matches, scoring eight goals, with Chelsea bagging just one in reply.
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