Sky baffle with ‘robbed’ touch upon Olise free kick aim; Casemiro bemused by selfie second


Sky Sports activities baffle followers over a ‘robbed’ remark made on that Michael Olise free kick aim, whereas Casemiro was bemused by a selfie second.

Crystal Palace’s stoppage-time free kick by Michael Olise saved a draw in opposition to Manchester United. Erik ten Hag’s workforce missed the prospect of ending second within the Premier League.

United appeared set to win the sixth consecutive Premier League title because of Bruno Fernandes’ aim simply earlier than half-time. However Olise saved some extent along with his dramatic curling set-piece that crashed in off the underside bar within the 91stminute.

David de Gea had beforehand stored Palace at bay, with the United goalkeeper making wonderful saves from Marc Guehi and Odsonne Edouard, however Olise’s exceptional effort was an excessive amount of for him to do as United missed the prospect to scale back the hole to Arsenal by six factors.

United was additional aggreved by Casemiro’s fifth reserving of the season. Which means the essential midfielder will likely be suspended from Sunday’s match with Arsenal dwell on Sky Sports activities.

Sky Sports activities brought on a stir within the remark part on Twitter, writing of their publish for the Olise aim: “Michael Olise has just ROBBED Man Utd of all three points with an unreal free-kick.”

Followers weren’t proud of using the phrase ‘robbed’, saying Man Utd actually weren’t that good and that Palace had been the higher aspect that deserved at the least some extent from the sport that performed out.

Participant rankings

Crystal Palace: Guaita (7), Clyne (7), Richards (8), Guehi (7), Mitchell (7), Doucoure (6), Hughes (7), Olise (8), Edouard (6), Zaha (7), Mateta (6).

Subs: Eze (7), Ayew( (6), Schlupp (6), Milivojevic (6).

Man Utd: De Gea (8), Wan-Bissaka (8), Varane (7), Martinez (7), Shaw (7), Casemiro (7), Eriksen (7), Fernandes (8), Antony (6), Rashford (6), Weghorst (7).

Subs: Garnacho (6), McTominay (6), Fred (6).

Participant of the match: Bruno Fernandes

Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag to BBC Sport: “We dropped two points. When you’re winning with two minutes to go…

“You [Palace] don’t create anything except one which was a corner and this one was a free-kick from far. You don’t expect to drop points. We have to invest more to get that second goal and then not be in that situation that a lucky moment costs you two points.

“We were 1-0 up. In the second half we had a lot of space to kill them and go for the second. I never saw we really went for the second goal.

“It’s difficult to say [why]. I have to criticise my team. Go for the second. Bruno and Rashy on the wings, Garnacho, a lot of creativity, speed and power, and McTominay with penetration behind.

“From my perspective [they should have had a penalty] but VAR and the referee make the decision. We have to accept it.”

On Casemiro’s yellow card and suspension: “He’s a really important player for us and a reason we’re in this position. But last time we beat Arsenal without Casemiro. We need to do again.

“We’re winning, controlling the game and an unlucky moment. We don’t have time to react. We have to take that and move on and make the best plan for Arsenal.”

Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira chatting with BBC Match of the Day: “It feels like a win because we are happy with not losing the game. It was tough. Important not to concede the second goal and to stay strong in the second half. We built the momentum and belief and we got rewarded with Michael’s free kick.

“We wanted to have the ball and have possession but we couldn’t because of Man United’s quality. We showed discipline and not conceding that second goal was important. We believed and then came the free kick.

On Michael Olise’s free-kick: “Haven’t seen that in training at all! But today he had that belief and confidence and was good for him especially after his performance.”

“When you look at the performances against two teams [Chelsea and Manchester United] who are on a different level, competing for Champions League, if we keep that competitiveness, it will serve us well.

“We look deeper than the result. Our performances have been positive and we want to build from that. You have ups and downs when you are building but it is important for me and the club to stay level headed because it is a process.

“Really pleased with Chris Richards’ performance, he showed that he can compete with our centre backs to play more often. Will Hughes was also important today. It is good to keep the whole squad happy and part of everything.

On Joachim Anderson’s injury: “It will be something between a week to 10 days. He is a really important player for us. But I was impressed with Chris’s performance and really happy that we have players who can compete in this position.”

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