Manchester City fans bombard United players with objects

Tanya Simon
December 8, 2019

Manchester United captain Harry Maguire admitted that he was "proud" to lead his side to derby success over Manchester City but has now challenged his team to push to earn a Champions League spot.

Apart from the positive result, United's performance at the Etihad also earned a lot of plaudits from the supporters as well as the football pundits.

"You are watching the prime minister's debate where he is talking about migration to this country and people having to have certain levels".

He suggested English football has a greater responsibility after Gareth Southgate's England team players were racially abused in Bulgaria earlier this year. We came from the same place and we all go to the same place when it's all said and done.

A video circulating on social media after the match appeared to show a supporter aiming racist abuse at United midfielder Fred and the Brazil worldwide told ESPN Brasil he blamed the "backward society" for the incident.

"The Club are also working with GMP regarding an instance of objects being thrown onto the field of play".

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Speaking on Sky Sports, Keane said: 'I absolutely did not see this coming.

England worldwide Maguire, who captained Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side against City on Saturday, believes United's recent results have demonstrated their top-four credentials, with his side now unbeaten in the Premier League in five matches.

"The Club operates a zero tolerance policy regarding discrimination of any kind, and anyone found guilty of racial abuse will be banned from the club for life". We keep talking about it every single week and it's not acceptable. But he's been caught on camera. He should not be allowed back into a ground.

Manchester United made a formal complaint to the referee and their opponents after the game, it was revealed.

Nicolas Otamendi pulled a goal back for City five minutes from the end, but there was to be no comeback for the reigning champions as their title hopes were dealt another blow. "We just keep moving up that table and keep chipping away".

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