Premier League has made a decision over Marcus Rashford's goal against Aston Villa.
Rashford has been denied his potential eleventh Premier League goal, which could be the 17th in all competitions for the club and country this season. After the VAR check the goal was given an own goal, with Rashford getting assist.
The strike made it 1-1 after Jack Grealish's opener, later with goals of Victor Lindelof and Tyrone Mings the game ended 2-2.
The Premier League confirmed to MEN Sport,
that United officially appealed for the call to award the goal, however, their decision hasn't changed.
Rashford even tweeted after the game: "didn't score at the weekend apparently"
and directed a comment at Chelsea's Tammy Abraham. Both are in a race for the league's golden boot. Rashford told: "How long you been on the dubious goals panel @tammyabraham?",
to which Abraham replied, saying: "You have to complain. Get your goal back!"
Rashford then tweeted to the Premier League: "Let's sort this out."
The United striker stands behind Jamie Vardy, Tammy Abraham and Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the top Premier League top scorers.
Sadio Mane, Sergio Aguero, Harry Kane and Danny Ings have netted nine times during the league season.