Jordan Pickford was fortunate not to yield a charge throughout Everton’s clash with Manchester United on Saturday.
The Toffees goalkeeper dropped a Juan Mata free-kick and consequently kicked England colleague and Red Devils captain Harry Maguire in package.
Maguire’s shot stopped working to strike the target, however he felt the full blast of Pickford’s left boot, in addition to another kick from Michael Keane at the very same time.
Regardless of the clear contact, referee Paul Tierney granted an objective kick to Everton and not a United charge.
The occurrence was examined by VAR authorities Michael Oliver, who was the referee when Pickford hurt Virgil van Dijk throughout last month’s 2-2 draw with Liverpool, however considered legal.
The careless deal with, which saw him go unpunished, led to anterior cruciate ligament damage for Van Dijk.
And Pickford appeared to get away with one once again versus Manchester United.
talkSPORT commentator called Pickford’s actions ‘wild’ and ‘uncontrolled’.
He said: “It was wild and uncontrolled from Pickford. He’s got away with that.
“It was his instincts taking over again, and his instincts weren’t the best. It was another untidy moment in the life of Jordan Pickford.”