The Brazil striker, 27, raged about the decision within a Insta-gram story as United reached the quarterfinals.
Marcus Rashford’s spot-kick procured a 3-1 success for United that supposed they progressed on away goals in Paris.
“That really is a disgracethey placed four people that know nothing about football responsible for looking at the replay for VAR. There’s not any penalty,” said the former Barcelona player, who overlooked either legs through injury.
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The punishment was granted later Presnel Kimpembe on the arm struck with VAR.
Romelu Lukaku’s attack after two minutes gave Manchester United a shock early lead and the Belgium striker pounced on goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon’s mistake when he murdered Rashford strike.
Once Kylian Mbappe fed a pass into the unmarked Juan Bernat, who slotted home at the back 27,, the French champions went on aggregate.
“In my viewpoint that I saw Dalot take the shooter. I watched the ball flying directly out of his foot and for me it was clear that it had been going far over the bar,” said Tuchel.
“There are a lot of things to talk before choosing your choice and that I think it’s a 50-50 decision. What causes it to be super hard would be how I had the clear perception the shooter wasn’t on target, also for rewarded with a punishment, there isn’t any logic.”