Watch as Ander Herrera has a controversial penalty claim turned down against Manchester City in Premier League!
Ander Herrera didn’t get a penalty, but City got a win.
City has done it. They won another match. Its their 14th win in a row, which is just amazing.
They scored two scrappy goals, thanks to (strangely) Romelu Lukaku, who made some bizarre mistakes. Well oddly enough, City also conceded one goal thanks to a really strange defensive mistake.
Overall it was a deserved win for City, who simply showed more desire to score, while United more or less defended.
Manchester City set the record for the most consecutive wins in a single Premier League season. pic.twitter.com/GvwmZIPVx3
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) December 10, 2017
In a match, where Gabriel Jesus put poor Marcus Rojo to the ground, United did have some controversial chances.
One of those chances was a potential penalty foul from Otamendi on Ander Herrera.
There seemed to be a contact, but referee gave a yellow to Herrera for diving. Its very difficult to say if it was a dive or a penalty, but some would point to the spot.
Well this ref didn’t and United eventually lost the match.
This win means that City is 11 points clear at the top, and unbeaten in the league. Not a bad achievement at all.