‘Double standards’: Why some Man United fans are unhappy following Kevin De Bruyne decision vs PSG

‘Double standards’: Why some Man United fans are unhappy following Kevin De Bruyne decision vs PSG

Man City trail PSG

Manchester City are currently locked in a Champions League clash with French powerhouse, PSG.

City headed into the game no doubt full of confidence after picking up a huge 1-0 win over title rivals, Chelsea, this past weekend.

PSG, though, have a superb side and would start the game at the Parc des Princes with a front-three of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi.

And, with 45 minutes gone, it is the hosts who lead. Man City have certainly been involved in the tie, but have failed to take their chances – one of which saw Bernardo Silva miss an open goal from around two yards.

PSG, on the other hand, took just eight minutes to open the scoring, with Idrissa Gueye rifling an effort into the top corner of City’s net:

Man United fans unhappy with Kevin De Bruyne decision

As well as being a goal down, some fans are also arguing that Man City should perhaps be a man down.

This is due to a fairly dangerous tackle by Kevin De Bruyne towards the end of the first 45, which saw him receive just a yellow card:

Following the Belgian only receiving a yellow, Man United fans have take to Twitter to express their displeasure at this due to their player, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, being sent off for a similar challenge vs Young Boys in the Champions League earlier this month:

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