Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku was mentioned to be ‘prominently concerned’ within the 20-man brawl that adopted the guests’ 2-1 win
MIKEL ARTETA was reportedly left with “blood pouring down his face” after the extraordinary bust-up within the Previous Trafford tunnel.
And Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku was mentioned to have been “prominently concerned” within the 20-man melee which noticed punches thrown.
Jose Mourinho was allegedly hit on the pinnacle with water and milk as tensions boiled over following Metropolis’s 2-1 derby win.
The Etihad facet later downplayed these studies however revered journalist Daniel Taylor claimed witnesses mentioned former Arsenal ace Arteta was left bloodied from the shameful encounter.
Mourinho barged into the Metropolis dressing room to confront Pep Guardiola’s gamers over their “raucous” celebrations following the 2-1 derby victory.
Mourinho is known to have accused Metropolis keeper Ederson of missing “respect” because the offended phrases escalated right into a bout of pushing and shoving that noticed stewards and the police getting concerned.
One eye witness instructed SunSport: “Folks couldn’t consider what they had been seeing.
“It was going loopy for a number of seconds, with a great deal of screaming and shouting. It seemed prefer it may get fully uncontrolled.”
MOUR DRAMA Jose Mourinho concerned in livid bust-up with Ederson
Mourinho, livid at referee Michael Oliver for reserving Ander Herrera for a second half dive which he was satisfied ought to have introduced a penalty for a foul by match-winner Nicolas Otamendi, had stalked down the tunnel on the finish of the sport.
The United boss had handed by the Metropolis dressing room to move in the direction of the house enclave when the throbbing bass of the music being boomed out because the door open noticed him flip round and head again.
It’s understood that the United boss then confronted Ederson, accusing him of play-acting and losing time within the latter phases of the sport.
The Metropolis gamers roared again in help of their keeper as Mourinho shouted at him: “Present some respect! Present some respect!”