- Mark Noble says he bears no hard feelings for Paul Pogba
- Both players ruffled each other when Man United played West Ham
- The Red Devils will face Watford before taking on Chelsea in the FA Cup
West Ham United captain Mark Noble has confirmed he bears no grudge towards Paul Pogba after their on-pitch 'fight', Mirror reports.
The pair clashed during Thursday's 0-0 draw between the Hammers and Manchester United at Wembley.
Pogba took out his frustrations on Noble as he deliberately tripped the Hammers captain after a challenge by Cheikhou Kouyate went unpunished by referee Jon Moss.
The 31-year-old reacted angrily leaped to his feet and bumping chests with the Frenchman before grabbing his neck and face.
This morning, he tweeted a picture of the two of them in a warm embrace, all smiles showing he has has no harsh feelings.
He wrote: "What happens on the pitch stays on the pitch."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported Jose Mourinho's reaction to Pogba and Nobel's burst up in a post match conference.
After the game, he said: "I was watching images and Paul and Noble looked in love.
"Hugs and kisses at the end so that was good."
With draw United will the season in second place and they will be facing Watford in the season finale at Old Trafford this weekend.
But the Red Devils still have a last throw of the dice when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup final at the same venue.
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