Manchester United supervisor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has questioned match officers’ selections, following their 1-Zero defeat to Barcelona within the Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday night time.
Barca have a slim benefit forward of the second leg, because of Luke Shaw’s personal aim.
Shaw will miss the second leg after choosing up a reserving for a foul on Lionel Messi.
However Solskjaer was left perplexed, as to how Busquets had stayed on the pitch for 90 minutes, after committing a collection of fouls after choosing up a yellow card of his personal within the first half.
“Why does Luke Shaw get a yellow card when he does his?
“It’s simply that consistency and undoubtedly sure [Busquets should have been sent off].
“There’s nothing we will do about it. I can’t complain in regards to the referee. We haven’t had any homers, should you put it that method. We’re the place we’re and he’s going to play in opposition to over there.
“We now have to go there with the identical perception and identical vitality as he did in Paris,” Solskjaer advised BT Sport.