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Thorsten Stuckmann: Wayne Rooney apologised for diving

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Preston goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann says Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney apologised after winning a penalty for the Red Devils on Monday night.

Unlike Preston North End manager Simon Grayson who said the Englishman didn't dive, the 33-year-old goalkeeper was upset with Phil Dowd's decision to point to the spot.

"Rooney told me: 'Sorry, it was my chance to get a penalty. I had to use that'," Stuckmann told The Sun.

"I say it clear: that was no penalty.

"I also believe if the situation had happened the other way around, one of our strikers against the United keeper, the ref wouldn't have given the penalty. I have no doubt about that."

United went on to win 3-1 at Deepdale and they will host holders Arsenal in the next round of the FA Cup.

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