Rashford fires back at Maguire in foul-mouthed row as Man Utd tempers flare


Manchester United experienced a night of frustration at Selhurst Park in a bore draw with Crystal Palace.

The Red Devils looked lacklustre and found no way to break down Roy Hodgson’s side as they left south London 13 points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City.

With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side running out of ideas in the second half, tempers flared with Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford involved in a flashpoint.

The United skipper expressed his frustration as Rashford was flagged offside whilst attempting to get on the end of a header into the Palace half.

“What do you want me to do?” Rashford asked before an irrate Maguire replied: “F*****g get back onside!”



Marcus Rashford fired back at Harry Maguire during an angry exchange
Marcus Rashford fired back at Harry Maguire during an angry exchange

Rashford then fired back, appearing to tell Maguire to “shut the f*** up, f****** k*******” as tensions ran high.

Rashford and other team-mates looked short of energy on a tough night where they were off the pace with Palace good value for their point.

United have now gone nearly five hours – 285 minutes – since they last scored a goal.

Speaking on co-commentary, Gary Neville said: “It’s a really poor performance, let’s be clear about it. They’re so bad.



Maguire was left frustrated as Man Utd failed to break down Crystal Palace
Maguire was left frustrated as Man Utd failed to break down Crystal Palace

“The touch from Marcus Rashford in the second half has been awful. He can’t control the ball when it comes to him at the moment.”

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United have fallen away in the title race after some lacklustre performances combined with City’s stunning winning run.

They will face off in the Manchester derby at the weekend at the Etihad Stadium.





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