Michael Owen has slammed two Manchester United stars following their performances in 2-2 draw against Leeds United in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
Owen hit out at Marcus Rashford and Raphael Varane for their ‘criminal’ defending for a free kick during the game.
United had to battle back from two goals behind to salvage a point at the Theatre of Dreams, as with second-half efforts from Rashford and Jadon Sancho.
But Leeds almost made it 3-0 after the break as Brenden Aaronson hit the post from a free kick.
Replays showed that the ball went through Rashford and Varane who split the wall, leaving goalkeeper David De Gea furious.
“I couldn’t believe it, I couldn’t believe this wall,” Owen told Premier League Productions.
“Look at the way they split – Varane and Rashford they just split – the ball goes low, right through the middle, it didn’t go over the wall at all.
“If that goes in, and they both turn away, that’s criminal, that’s criminal. I mean, if that goes in there’s serious, serious words being had after.
“You simply cannot do that.”