Sunderland director, David Moyes, has asserted that the choice to send off Sebastian Larsson, was definitive as his group was pounded 3-0 by Manchester United on Sunday.
Jose Mourinho’s men were at that point an objective up on account of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, when Larsson was given his walking orders before half time for a lurch on Ander Herrera.
The home side surrendered the second in the main moment of the second half, before Ibrahimovic set us Marcus Rashford for the third objective late in the diversion.
Moyes’ men have now neglected to score in their last seven Premier League diversions and they are 10 focuses from security with seven amusements to go.
“I would prefer not to point the finger at officials for my position and us losing,” Moyes revealed to BBC Sport.
“The outcome was aided by the official. Manchester United were playing admirably however it was a choice that conflicted with us.
“We were hanging in the amusement and remaining in the diversion and attempting to put forth a valiant effort. We gave away a poor objective and I thought we expected to get a ton nearer. When we went down to 10 men it made it a great deal harder.”
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