Goalkeeper Preston: Rooney apologizes about Penalty
Preston – Penalty for Manchester United in the game against Preston North End into a controversy. Preston goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann, revealed that Wayne Rooney apologized about the penalty.
Preston and Manchester United meet in the FA Cup fifth round at Deepdale Stadium on Monday (2/16/2015) ago. The match was won by the ‘Red Devils’ 3-1.
Rooney contributed one of the three goals for the visitors. Rooney scored the last goal in the game was created from the spot three minutes before the game was over.
Penalties are debatable. Rooney rated accidentally dropped aka Stuckmann diving while trying to block the ball.
Problem penalty, Stuckmann revealed that Rooney apologized to him after the game. On the other hand, the German goalkeeper was still convinced that the penalty should not be given by the referee kepadan MU.
“After the match, Rooney said to me: ‘I’m sorry, it was my chance to get a penalty. I had to use it’,” said Stuckmann as quoted by Soccerway.
“I say clearly: it is not a penalty. I also believe that if the situation was the other way around, one of our strikers against United’s goalkeeper, the referee will give a penalty.”
“I have no doubt about that,” he said.
MU victory over Preston advance to the quarterfinals. Furthermore, the direction of Louis van Gaal’s team that will face Arsenal.