'Hate that'


Former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson has sympathised with Tom Heaton after the Aston Villa stopper was credited with an personal goal towards Manchester United.

Villa drew 2-2 at previous Trafford on Sunday,Dean Smith’s facet incomes a deserved level after taking the lead via Jack Grealish in the first-1/2.

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United hauled themselves level just earlier than the damage when Andreas Pereira’s pass was met through Marcus Rashford whose header hit the submit before deflecting off Heaton and hitting the back of the online.

Heaton used to be credited with an personal intention and Robinson criticised the rule which means the equaliser goes down in opposition to the Villa stopper’s title.

'Hate that'

“I hate that rule, I truly actually really hate that rule, I don’t see why the striker can’t simply have that, no goalkeeper desires to be credited with an own purpose,” Robinson advised

“nobody desires to be credited with an personal goal and when it has hit the inside of the put up then the goalkeeper, I really in point of fact do for my part hate that rule.

“It goes down on the scoresheet and it appears to be like horrible and Tom performed so smartly in the sport that it was unfortunate for him.”

The hosts took the lead in the 2d duration via Victor Lindelof prior to Tyrone Mings made it 2-2 with a wise volley following a cross from Matt Targett.

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