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Should Manchester United have had a penalty? Should Chris Smalling have been sent off? Was Ruben Loftus-Cheek inside or outside the box when fouled against West Ham? And was Neymar correctly awarded a penalty against Villarreal? In his weekly Ref Watch feature, former Premier League referee Dermot Gallagher appeared on Sky Sports Now to analyse the weekends big issues.Was your team affected by a contentious decision? Read on to find out... MATCH: Manchester City 0-1 Manchester United, SundayINCIDENT: In the penalty box, Martin Demichelis appears to barge into Marcus Rashford, knocking him off balance, but no penalty is given.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Penalty Jamie Carragher said Manchester United were denied a blatant penalty GALLAGHERS VIEW: All I can think is Michael (Oliver, the referee) thinks Demichelis shoulder-barges him when you see he hasnt. Hes caught him in the midriff. Its just a decision hes got wrong, and knowing Michael as I do, hell be upset about that. Its just an error.MATCH: Manchester City 0-1 Manchester United, SundayINCIDENT: Already on a booking, Chris Smalling clips the back of Sergio Agueros foot and concedes a foul, but referee Oliver does not send him off.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: No red card Chris Smalling appeared to go through the back of Aguero GALLAGHERS VIEW: What you have to remember is it took him three fouls to get him a first yellow card, it doesnt necessarily have to take another three to get him to a red card.But it doesnt automatically mean his next foul is going to be a red card. That wasnt enough for a yellow card and therefore I think it was right just to speak to him.MATCH: Crystal Palace 0-1 Leicester, SaturdayINCIDENT: A Leicester corner is taken and Scott Dann pulls Robert Huths shirt off in the penalty box among the pushing. The referee gives nothing.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: No penalty Robert Huths shirt was pulled off by Scott Dann GALLAGHERS VIEW: The referee is too distant from the incident when you see it. The referee has got so much to watch, hes looking through so many players he cant see that, and when Huth gets up it turns into comedy value. MATCH: Chelsea 2-2 West Ham, SaturdayINCIDENT: Chelsea are awarded a penalty for a foul by Michail Antonio on Ruben Loftus-Cheek, but there are questions over whether Loftus-Cheek was in or outside the box when Antonio tripped him up.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: No penalty Ruben Loftus-Cheek looked to have been clipped by Michail Antonio outside the box GALLAGHERS VIEW: I think its a foul, at that point the referee doesnt know where it is, hes got to look to the assistant who makes that call looking across the line - is he in, is he out?If he (the assistant referee) has made that call hes made it incorrectly, because it was outside the penalty area.MATCH: Everton 0-2 Arsenal, SaturdayINCIDENT: Alexis Sanchez has the ball at this feet and appears to be tripped by Muhamed Besic as he prepares to shoot. He stays on his feet at first before going to ground, and referee Mark Clattenburg ignores the claims. GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Penalty Dermot Gallagher feels a penalty should have been given for Mo Besics trip on Alexis Sanchez GALLAGHERS VIEW: Its Besic who actually catches it and Mark doesnt see that. Because Mark sees Sanchez down, he doesnt give a foul against Ramiro Funes Mori as hes already going down. What he doesnt see is that contact from Besic because of Alex Iwobi.MATCH: Southampton 3-2 Liverpool, SundayINCIDENT: Shane Long drives into the box and is challenged from behind by Dejan Lovren. The forward goes to ground but the referee says no penalty.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Penalty Southampton should have been awarded a penalty after Lovrens brings down Long, says Gallagher GALLAGHERS VIEW: Its a penalty because Long is in possession of the ball and its up to the defender not to make contact, but Long has initiated contact by going across him.MATCH: Southampton 3-2 Liverpool, SundayINCIDENT: The ball is played into the box for Graziano Pelle and Martin Skrtel is penalised for having a hold of his shirt. Referee Roger East gives a penalty.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Penalty Liverpool conceded a penalty as Martin Skrtel pulled down Graziano Pelle in the box GALLAGHERS VIEW: Skrtel makes the initial contact, he grabs him. When we talk about shirt pulling, there has to be an initiator and I think Skrtel is the initiator.MATCH: Newcastle 1-1 Sunderland, SundayINCIDENT: DeAndre Yedlin commits a foul throw, conceding possession back to Newcastle which leads to an equaliser. But is it a foul throw?GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Foul throw DeAndre Yedlin appeared to commit a foul throw against Newcastle, which directly led to their rivals equaliser GALLAGHERS VIEW: The ball has to come from behind his head and I dont think it does. Its from in front of his head, he also throws it into the ground, its a classic example of what is a foul throw.MATCH: Villarreal 2-2 Barcelona, SundayINCIDENT: Neymar is awarded a penalty after being brought down in the box by Villarreal goalkeeper Sergio Asenjo.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Penalty Neymar won and converted a controversial penalty in their La Liga game at Villarreal. GALLAGHERS VIEW: The first touch takes the ball away, he fouls him. The goalkeeper definitely got the ball but he fouls him first. A very good spot by the referee. Also See: Lovren taken off to avoid red WATCH: Blatant United penalty Carra on state of Citys squad WATCH: Worst ever penalty call? WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals scored early and late in regulation before turning toward goaltender Braden Holtby, who sealed a satisfying comeback victory. Holtby had 33 saves, then blanked the Minnesota in a shootout as Washington beat the Wild 3-2 to extend its winning streak to four games. After Holtby helped squelch a Minnesota power play that extended into overtime, Nicklas Backstrom scored the only goal in the shootout to secure the Capitals fourth straight home win. Holtby outplayed Wild goalie Josh Harding, who came in with an NHL-best 1.09 goals-against average and stopped 25 shots. "He made a couple of saves that I was like, Wow, incredible," Backstrom said of Holtby. Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play goal at 8:10 of the first period on Washingtons second shot of the game, and the Capitals didnt beat Harding again until Marcus Johansson forced overtime with a blast from the right circle at 16:52 of the third period. The shot came only minutes after Harding made several outstanding saves with Washington on the power play. "I thought we did a really good job killing that, but it really put us on our heels," Minnesota coach Mike Yeo said. "After that, it seemed like we were hemmed in our end." The Wild had the extra man for the final 57 seconds of regulation and the opening 1:03 of overtime, but could not convert. After two players from each side failed to score in the shootout, Backstrom beat Harding with a wrist shot that went into the upper left corner of the net. Holtby then denied Charlie Coyle to win it. Coyle and Mikael Granlund scored in regulation for the Wild, whose three-game winning streak ended. "The result wasnt there because they got that one (goal) late," Minnesota forward Matt Cooke said. "Its frustrating. You go out and do your part and guys are blocking shots and guys are taking hits to make plays,, and the results not there.dddddddddddd At the end of the day, its about wins and losses." Granlund put Minnesota up 2-1 at 6:07 of the second period with his second goal of the season. Jason Pominville controlled a rebound on the side of the net and passed to Granlund, who sent a fluttering shot past Holtbys left shoulder. Later in the period, Washington rookie Tom Wilson broke free down the left side. Harding kept his ground and plucked the shot out of the air with his glove. The Capitals came into the game with an NHL-leading 26 goals in the second period, but in this one they went scoreless on nine shots. In the third period, however, Washington got the pivotal goal. "What I liked about the tying goal is it took a lot of hard work," Capitals coach Adam Oates said. "We fought through a lot of frustration because they were giving you nothing. It was hard to get shots to the net." The Wild outshot the Capitals 12-5 in a first period that produced one power-play goal from each team. Less than 20 seconds after Minnesotas Nate Prosser was sent to the penalty box for cross checking, Ovechkin scored from the left circle off a pass from Backstrom at 8:10. It was the third power-play goal in two games for Ovechkin, who needs only four more to break Peter Bondras franchise record of 137. Coyle scored against the leagues most effective penalty-killing unit with just over two minutes left in the period. Zach Parise got an assist on the play to extend his point-scoring streak to four games. Notes: Washington improved to 4-0 in shootouts. ... Minnesota D Keith Ballard was scratched with an upper body injury, and is also expected to miss Saturdays game in Carolina. ... Capitals F Eric Fehr was a healthy scratch for a second straight game. ... This was only the second time in the Wilds seven games in Washington that they scored more than one goal. 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