Monday, May 2, 2011

Van Persie: Vidic should Expelled Referee

Robin van Persie judge Nemanja Vidic should have got a red card after Arsenal beat Manchester United 1-0 at Emirates Stadium on Sunday, May 1, 2011.

Arsenal back on track seizure of the British League title this season because victory 1-0 over Manchester United. Gol mere puppet scored Gunners midfielder Aaron Ramsey in the second half.

Arsenal and Manchester United the both to claim are penalty kicks the prize in this fight. The host demanded a penalty after a handball when Vidic do anticipate Theo Walcott's cross, with Manchester United demanding a penalty when Gael Clichy breaking Michael Owen in the box forbidden.

Van Persie assess Vidic should have got a direct red card for committing a handball. The reason, Van Persie in the open position for score a goal when Walcott is receiving feedback.

"Obviously it is a penalty and in my opinion should have a direct red card," said Van Persie after the game, told Sky Sports News.

Van Persie insisted referee Chris Foy told him during the intervals when Vidic was not in violation. "But I'm sure if he (Foy) saw it happen once again, surely he would agree with me," said Van Persie.

Although still lagging six points from Manchester United at the top of the standings, but Van Persie make sure Arsenal will not go down in four games remaining.

"It's about honor. Our fans were incredible. It all depends on us for show dignity and pride. We're happy to win," said Van Persie.

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