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‘It was obviously a goal’

‘It was obviously a goal’

Getty Images Scott McTominay refused to criticise referee Chris Kavanagh for his decision to deny Manchester United an early goal during their comeback win at Tottenham, though claimed it was “obviously” the wrong decision. Late goals by Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood sealed a 3-1 victory for United in north London on Sunday,...

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