United defeated Chelsea on Wednesday night at Old Trafford thanks to a brace from McTominay and his second goal, which came in the 69th minute, was subject to a brief VAR check.
When Alejandro Garnacho crossed in the ball for the match-winning header, Colwill was responsible for marking McTominay and went to the ground after losing the midfielder&aposs run to the back post.
Colwill shouted to the referee for a foul and VAR briefly reviewed the goal before deciding it would stand, something which the defender has appeared to suggest wasn&apost the right decision.
“VAR has something against me right now, I dont know what Ive done to them,” Colwill told Chelsea&aposs club media.
“Against Brighton they tried to give a pen, and then when I got pulled [by McTominay] they didnt give anything. If I had pulled him like that they would have given a penalty. It is what it is.
“It was a frustrating night. We had chances that if wed taken would have made the game quite different, but its part of the game and well move on from it come the weekend against Everton.”
United have received heavy criticism this season but Chelsea sit 10th in the table after finishing in 12th position last term.