Marcus Rashford deserves a 'letter of apology' admits Ian Ladyman on Mail Sport's It's All Coming Up podcast after seeing 'another angle' of the Man United star's 'dive' against Nottingham Forest
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Ian Ladyman admitted he may have incorrectly accused Marcus Rashford of diving to win a penalty in Manchester United's win over Nottingham Forest last week.
Christian Eriksen hit back for the hosts in his first start of the season before Casemiro put United level after half-time.
With Forest reduced to ten men after Joe Worrall's sending off, Marcus Rashford would controversially win a penalty on 76 minutes after he was adjudged to have been fouled by Danilo, allowing Bruno Fernandes to complete their comeback.
Following the game, Mail Sport Chief Football Writer Ian Ladyman discussed the incident with It's All Coming Up co-host Chris Sutton, and insisted the United forward had dived.
Man United were awarded a penalty after Marcus Rashford was adjudged to have been fouled by Danilo
Bruno Fernandes then duly converted from the spot, completing United's comeback at Old Trafford
'Marcus Rashford is no better or worse at staying on his feet than any other player in the Premier League as far as I can see but that was a dive.'
However, in the latest edition of It's All Coming Up, Ladyman admitted that his opinion may have altered in light of new evidence.
'Now, I'm only going to say this for a second. I'm not going to discuss it with you because we'll be here all day.
'But I must admit that after sitting with you on our It's All Kicking Off podcast on Monday and telling the world that Marcus Rashford dived, I have now seen another angle.
'That's all I'm saying. I've seen another angle and I might have to revisit it, but we're not going to talk about it because we haven't got time.
'I'm just saying I've seen another angle. I might have been wrong.
'I have to say this, I might have to write Marcus a letter of apology. I'm just trying to decide at the moment which angle I'm gonna go with.'
Sutton claimed on Monday that he believes that officials have historically been intimidated by the atmosphere at Old Trafford and as a result have made favourable decisions towards United.
Ian Ladyman admitted that after seeing an alternative angle, he may have been incorrect in accusing Rashford of diving
The Mail Sport Chief Football Writer discussed the controversial incident on the new episode of It's All Coming Up with Chris Sutton (right)
'Yeah, absolutely, because I do think the weight of the crowd, the referees, some referees are stronger than others, but I think it's a human thing, isn't it?'
'I think we've seen over the years at Manchester United, we've seen the pressure that Alex Ferguson used to put on referees. But people have to make their own minds up.
'But just looking at this season, what's happened in Manchester United's first two home games, Wolves and Nottingham Forest, they've had big decisions go for them, and decisions which, frankly, most of the country are baffled by.'
'It's All Coming Up' is the punchy, short and sharp little brother of Mail Sport's new weekly podcast 'It's All Kicking Off', featuring Chief Football Writer Ian Ladyman and star columnist Chris Sutton on a heated pre-weekend Zoom chat.
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