- Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford were involved in a disagreement during Man United's defeat to Tottenham
- Anthony Martial was sent off following an off-the-ball incident with Erik Lamela who stayed on the field
- Spurs recorded a 6-1 victory over United at Old Trafford in their matchday 4 Premier League game
Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashfors had an argument on whether Erik Lamle should remain on the pitch after Anthony Martial was sent off.
Martial dragged his hand across Lamela's face after the Argentine moved his elbow in the back of the Frenchman's neck.
The Man United forward was sent off for the incident and the Tottenham star was only cautioned with a yellow card.
Jose Mourinho's men went on to crush the Red Devils by 6-1 at Old Trafford but a new video clip showed Maguire and Rashford arguing over the incident.
The United captain was adamant that the referee's decision is final but Rashford felt the sending off was harsh from Anthony Taylor.
Rashford believes Lamela should have also been handed his marching orders but Maguire was more concerned about moving on with the game.
Microphones on the pitch picked up both star's argument as Rashford asked:
"Nothing for that elbow?"
The referee then walks towards Lamela and shows him the yellow card.
"Why, it's the same?"
Maguire, immediately after, says:
"It's not violent conduct they've checked."
"He's elbowed him!"
Maguire then said:
"They've checked it and it's not."
Martial headed straight towards the end of the tunnel but Rashford was not happy with the sense of injustice as Lamela continued the match with just a yellow card.
On the other hand, Maguire believes after a check had been conducted on the Video Assistant Referee (VAR), his teammates should focus on the remainder of the game.
Bruno Fernandes had put Man United in the lead after Martial won a penalty for the Red Devils but it was the only goal the scored in the match.
Seven minutes later, Tanguy Ndombele equalized and Spurs went on rampage as they took the lead through Son Heung-Min before United were reduced to ten men.
Harry Kane and Son scored a brace as Serge Aurier was also among the scorers as Spurs recorded a famous victory at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Chris Smalling has completed an £18million move from Manchester United to Serie A side Roma this summer.
The England international signed a three-year deal with the option of adding another year after an impressive loan spell at the Stadio Olympico last season.
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