Man United see off stubborn Villa to go joint-top
Man United see off stubborn Villa to go joint-top. Premier League, Manchester United 2-1 Aston Villa.
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Four wins in last five Premier League games have helped Manchester United to go level on points with leaders Liverpool.
After getting a late winner against Wan-Bissaka’s cross.
Dean Smith’s men looked sharp after the restart and David de Gea, who was brilliant between the sticks, was finally beaten by Bertrand Traore who restored parity from point-blank range.
But three minutes later, Emi Martinez with a thunderous strike to restore United’s lead.
However, Villa boss wasn’t happy with Michael Oliver’s decision to award the penalty: “I don't see why Michael couldn't have looked at it. That's what VAR is for isn't it?” Smith told BBC Sport. I thought it was a penalty at the time, but I looked at it after the game and saw he tripped himself. I don't think it's a penalty.”