Juan Mata has backed VAR despite having his goal ruled out against Huddersfield. The Spaniard thought he had put Manchester United 2-0 up against the Terriers in the fifth round of the FA Cup only for it to be ruled out for offside. Referee Kevin Friend consulted the new system and after a wait it was chalked off and United only took a one goal lead in to the break. The consensus was that Mata's knee was offside but even after replay after replay it didn't look clear.
Jose Mourinho will be hoping for his Manchester United side to bounce back this evening as they face Huddersfield in the FA Cup. The competition is United's best chance of silverware and Mourinho will want the job done tonight to avoid a replay back at Old Trafford. But the United boss will be aware of the threat from today's Premier League rivals having already lost at the John Smith's Stadium this season.
Paul Pogba admitted he's 'gutted' he will be miss the FA Cup clash against Huddersfield. Jose Mourinho had told reporters the Frenchman would be starting the fifth round tie but he was ruled out hours before the game through illness. Taking to Twitter, Pogba wrote: "Gutted I won't be at Huddersfield but I need to get better. Come on United ." Pogba has been replaced by U23 midfielder Ethan Hamilton who earned his first call up to the first-team.
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Selecting a term
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