Former Liverpool captain Jamie Redknapp feels sorry for Manchester United defender Harry Maguire following his first-half pink card for England towards Denmark.
Maguire was proven two yellow playing cards within the opening 30 minutes of the Three Lions’ Nations League conflict at Wembley.
It comes after a wobbly interval for the United centre-back, who has been a part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s defence that was ridiculed for his or her show within the 6-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur earlier than the worldwide break.
Maguire has but to seek out his kind this season, and questions have been raised concerning the former Leicester Metropolis man.
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Nonetheless, talking on Sky Sports activities’ protection of England vs Denmark, Redknapp shared some sympathy with Maguire:
“He panics. His left foot extends out and catches him, it seems to be an actual nasty one. To start with, he will get the ball, nevertheless it’s the follow-through that the referee sees and while you endanger an opponent – that’s why he provides a second yellow,” Redknapp mentioned.
“I really feel sorry for him. It could be very simple for us to sit down right here and rip him aside – however he’s having a second.
“He’s having a very unhealthy second in his profession, he’s gonna must in some way pull himself collectively. It’s a giant weekend for Manchester United, he must get his confidence again as a result of he’s a participant actually missing confidence.
“There’s quite a bit happening in his life, and I feel we typically overlook that while you exit on a soccer discipline, you suppose every part is gonna be alright however we are able to genuinely see he’s struggling together with his recreation in the mean time.”