Herrera Goals Make Beautiful, Celebrate with Fans, and Taxable Yellow Card
Yeovil – Goals from Ander Herrera makes Manchester United broke the deadlock when dealing with Yeovil Town. However, it must be paid Herrera with a yellow card from referee.
United’s 2-0 win over host Yeovil in the third round of the FA Cup. Both goals ‘Red Devils’ in the game invented by Herrera in the 64th minute and Angel Di Maria in the 89th minute.
The visitors had trouble in the first round. Long passes were released by a third defender Yeovil make them work extra–hard. It is so, they are also difficult to drain the ball of the foot to foot.
In the second half, the United manager, Louis van Gaal, replacing the formation of three defenders into four defenders. One of the underlying decision that is both wingback United’s injury in this match, Rafael da Silva and Luke Shaw.
United were playing better. In addition to drain the ball, they also began to confine the defense of Yeovil. In the 64th minute, was born Herrera goal.
Getting the ball half the height, the result operand Darren Fletcher who hit the foot of the player Yeovil, Herrera fired a volley. High curve ball past the keeper Yeovil, Jed Steer, and into the goal.
Satisfied his team could break the deadlock, Herrera ran into the stands supporting the ‘Red Devils‘ and celebrate it with fiery. In addition to screaming, she also had kicked billboards, and make the supporters who berjingkrakan, crowding and scrambling to hold her.
The celebration was deemed excessive by referee Craig Pawson. As a result, Herrera also received a yellow card.
“That’s because I feel this is a tough game and they are a tough team, of course we need the first goal,” Herrera said after the game.
“After the goal, we try to maximize the opportunities well and eventually created the second goal,” said the Spanish midfielder.