Birmingham – A series of six consecutive wins Manchester United stalled after offset Aston Villa. Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal, admitted frustration because the draw.
Against Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday (12/20/2014), MU had left behind thanks to goals from Cristian Benteke. In the second half, the Red Devils evened the score by Radamel Falcao.
The home side had to play with 10 players from the 65th minute after referee shows a red card to Gabriel Agbonlahor as judged kicking foot Ashley Young. Despite winning a number of players, Manchester Red failed to capitalize with the three points.
“It’s frustrating. I think we fired two valuable points. We started the game poorly. Therefore, they can score goals,” said Van Gaal, told the BBC.
“We controlled the ball well in the first half, but could not do anything with such mastery. In the second half, our performance is better, but not as effective as usual. But that’s football, sometimes you can not force it,” he added .
Controversy coloring this match after the referee shows a red card to Agbonlahor. Aston Villa Kubu assess the red card did not deserve because of the struggle for the ball in a 50-50 situation.
“I can not judge the red card, I do not see it clearly. I see and I think it’s tekelnya Dachshund normal. Suddenly the referee issued a red card,” the 63-year-old coach insisted.
The draw was made MU seven points behind Chelsea and Manchester City with 32 points. But, Chelsea could get away if full points over Stoke City on Monday (22/12).