Soulscar Gavani drops red claims after United set up Derby semi-final | Karapo Cup

Ole Gunner Solskar has rejected suggestions that Edinson Cavani could have been sent off after United set Manchester Derby in the semi-finals. Karapo Cup.

In the second half the Uruguayan international was involved in an ugly incident with Jerry Mina, who appeared to catch the defender by the throat. However, referee Andy Madley did not have the benefit of the VAR, so Gavani escaped further scrutiny before scoring the crucial first goal at Goodison Park.

Anthony Marshall added a second and United won 2-0 against a semi-final. City of Manchester. Commenting on the Kawani incident, Solskar said: “These are two South Americans who have fought some wars before, not when they met in qualifications long ago. It’s a perfect football game, fans, blocks, yellow cards, I enjoyed it. ”

The Manchester derby is a continuation of last year’s two-quarter semi-final, in which City won the second match overall despite losing the second. This year’s tie at Old Trafford will be an affair because United are out of the cap first.

“When we defend well, we have players who win the game, the spirit in the camp is good, winning gives you energy and gives you a boost, so we go positive for Boxing Day,” Solscar said.

“A semifinal is sometimes worse than a final because it’s the worst time to lose a game and get out of the tournament.”

Carlo Ancelotti was left to reflect on a disgusting night after an incident in which Richardson was pushed with a head injury after being sanded between Eric Bailey and Bruno Fernandez. Richardson suffered a concussion and was taken away by paramedics.

“I think this is an unfortunate challenge, dangerous, but I think all the players are in danger,” the Everton manager said. “Our doctor was fully in control of the situation and decided to take him out. I was in complete agreement with him. We are going to see him in the next few days to see what happens. Fortunately he is OK after the game.

“It was an important match for us. We have no regrets about what the team did.”

Spurs will host Brentford In the other semifinal. Beas has already beaten four Premier League teams in Southampton, West Brom, Fulham and Newcastle.

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