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Ralf Rangnick's side went 1-0 down after just two minutes at the Emirates when full-back Nuno Tavares pounced on some slack defending from Raphael Varane, Alex Telles and Diogo Dalot.
A first-half penalty from Bukayo Saka gave the Gunners a two goal advantage but minutes later, Cristano Ronaldo scored his 100th Premier League goal to make it 2-1.
When Man Utd desperately needed a goal...— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 23, 2022
Cristiano Ronaldo bags his 100th in the Premier League 😤 pic.twitter.com/MuciG9c8f1
Then, moments after Ronaldo's effort, many believe United should have been given a penalty of their own when Cedric Soares blocked Jadon Sancho's path to goal with a clear handball.
The Portuguese defender fell over in the area and as he clambered on all fours to try and get back to his feet, his hand made contact with the ball.
Despite furious protests from the likes of Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo, VAR clearly didn't see much in the incident and play continued.
The most obvious penalty VAR will ever review and they refused to give it. Ridiculous decision pic.twitter.com/wDzcfubAoZ— Sam Pilger (@sampilger) April 23, 2022
That controversial call wasn't the only one, either.
Anthony Elanga appeared to be dragged down by goalscorer Nuno Tavares in the second-half but again, nothing was given.
📸 - Elanga goes down but nothing given.. pic.twitter.com/uN5W95sunq— 𝐀𝐅𝐂 𝐀𝐉𝐀𝐗 💎 (@TheEuropeanLad) April 23, 2022
Bruno Fernandes then had the chance to make it 2-2 from the penalty spot but he hit the post.
United were left to rue several missed chances and after a spell of dominance from the Gunners, midfielder Granit Xhaka smashed home from range to make it 3-1.
Mikel Arteta's side are currently in a strong position to finish in the top four, while struggling Manchester United sit in sixth, six points behind Arsenal.
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