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Man United star slammed for key moment in Bournemouth draw



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One Manchester United player has been slammed for his role in Bournemouth’s second goal on Saturday evening.

The Reds drew 2-2 with The Cherries at the Vitality Stadium and were fortunate to come away with a point from the game.

Andoni Iraola’s side were denied a penalty by VAR in the final moments of the game, which helped rescue the drae for United.

Erik ten Hag’s men have not won a game in their last four games and have won just once in their last seven Premier League fixtures.

For Bournemouth’s second goal, it was a multitude of errors which saw Justin Kluivert give his side the lead for the second time in the game.

However, Jamie Redknapp believes that Casemiro was the main culprit after the midfielder was walking during the Bournemouth attack.

The Sky Sports pundit stated that the Brazilian midfielder would’ve been able to block the shot from Kluivert if he had moved towards the gaping hole between Willy Kambwala and Diogo Dalot earlier.

“Why are you walking? Things are happening so quickly,” stated the former Liverpool midfielder.

“Are Declan Rice and Rodri going to be walking there? No. He should be looking to help the 19-year-old.

Look how close he gets to it… If he tries to run for that then he blocks that.

“I watch Casemiro at times today, and he’s one of my favourite defensive midfield players… but it looks like he’s in soccer aid. If he runs, then he stops that goal.”