West ham boss Sam Allardyce claims Wayne Rooney’s wondergoal was a ‘blatant foul’ [Video]
- March 22, 2014
Manchester United extended their unbeaten run to two games, keeping another clean sheet in a 2-0 win at West Ham.
Wayne Rooney was the star of the show, scoring twice including a Goal of the Season contender from 58 yards.
In his post match press conference, West Ham manager Sam Allardyce claimed the goal should have been ruled out for a ‘blatant foul’ on James Tomkins.
Nothing was given and Rooney’s lob from the halfway line stood.
Watch the Allardyce presser here:
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