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Casemiro gets frustrated as he is comforted by an opponent

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Southampton held Manchester United to a scoreless draw on Sunday. The score does not accurately reflect how fun the game was because there were numerous incidents, including Casemiro red card. The Brazilian won the ball but caught his opponent with his studs on the follow-through, so United will feel vindicated by the dismissal. Moreover, Erik ten Hag’s team ought to have received a penalty for a handball that wasn’t awarded.

As the game dragged on, both teams had numerous opportunities to win, but United did well to escape with a point under the challenging circumstances. Here are some of the game’s key moments that you might have missed.

When he unexpectedly received a red card, Casemiro was obviously dismayed and appeared unhappy. With his second red of the year, it is a major setback for United. Because he will now be suspended for the following four games.

Ironically, the man who had accepted his challenge walked off the field with him. His fellow countryman Antony was eager to comfort him. Carlos Alcaraz made a supportive gesture as Casemiro apologised for his tackle. While also displaying anguish at seeing his opponent get the boot. A standing ovation greeted him as he exited the pitch with his head bowed, visibly upset by the choice.

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United reached the break level, but it was evident that playing a full 45 minutes with just 10 men was going to be challenging, so they needed all the assistance they could get. Raphael Varane recognised this and made an effort to cheer up the fans. Who had been left feeling quite irritated by the red card.

Due to Casemiro impending ban, the game was already expensive. But things could have gotten even worse when Alejandro Garnacho, the substitute, looked to sustain an injury. The Argentine, who received a hard challenge, collapsed to the ground clutching his ankle. He appeared to be in excruciating pain.

Despite the fact that a stretcher had been requested, he managed to get back to his feet. The winger continued to move the ball quickly. But Ten Hag didn’t want to take any chances, so he took him off after a few minutes. Garnacho proceeded directly down the tube for additional medical attention; hopefully, he is fine.

Even though Southampton played for an hour against 10 men, it was still a significant point for them. Given their precarious position at the bottom of the Premier League standings. By the conclusion of the game, they were still in the stands and in good spirits. Even making light of United’s 7-0 loss to Liverpool.

Huge words from a club’s supporters who have already let in nine goals on multiple occasions.

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