Manchester – Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson feels Manchester United’s first goal should be ruled offside. However, Pearson did not deny if Chelsea were the better team.
Leicester failed to repeat the victory in his first meeting against Manchester United after the surrender with the score 1-3 when visited Old Trafford on Saturday (31/01/2015) night.
The Foxes left far in the first half thanks to Robin van Persie, Radamel Falcao, and Wes Morgan own goal before creating a consolation goal in the final 10 minutes of the match by Marcin Wasilewski.
In particular, Van Persie scored Pearson highlights that occurred in the 27th minute. In a replay of the game, the Dutch striker is seen in an offside position when receiving feedback before breaking goal Daley Blind Leicester.
This defeat makes Leicester still immersed as caretaker of the standings with 17 points from 23 matches, three points adrift of safety zone last place inhabited Burnley ranked 17th.
“The first goal (Man United) offside and we did not nice when conceding a second goal,” said Pearson reported ESPNFC.
“But I was wrong if too long point-show one decision in a game when we were playing against a team that played so well. It does not help when there are decisions that harm you but she did.”
“The Games of this kind is a bonus for us and our season will be determined by how we play and we get the results against the teams around us,” said Pearson.
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