Hi guys welcome to our today's football article relax and feel free. It is another brilliant opportunity to have you back in our daily football news updates arena where we bring to you all the latest trends and upcoming stories and events in soccer from all over the world. Referees are expected to be as fair as possible in any given match how ever last week's decisions by some of the officials were not fair especially in bookings and fouls.. After the Everton match against Burnley at Goodison Park, United legend revealed some of the mistakes by the officials.Different rulings in same situations
Gary Neville's focused on free kicks, yellow cards and red cards in a different matches.Brownhill tackle against Richarlison And Struijk against Elliot
Gary Neville has equated the two situations and has raised questions on the difference in ruling by the centre officials.Acciding to Skysport news he says,"It was a mirror image of the tackle on Harvey Elliot."
Remember that the the VAR advices the Engish referee Craig Pawson to give a direct red card to Leeds Pascal Struijk after horrific tackle on the liverpool's wonderkid. On the other hand ,Burnley's Brownhill tackle on Richarlison was not booked by Martin Atkinson.
Although Richarlison was not injured as the red's Harvey, Gary feels that the in both cases the rulings were supposed to be the same.
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