Man Utd legend Paul Scholes calls Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta a ‘disgrace’ for his actions during controversial clash

PAUL SCHOLES has referred to as Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta a “disgrace” after a few of his antics throughout yesterday’s fiery match in opposition to Manchester United.

The Crimson Devils icon was sad with how he thought Arteta tried to affect referee Craig Pawson throughout United’s 3-1 defeat in North London.

AFPMikel Arteta makes an attempt to affect referee Craig Pawson[/caption]

ReutersThe Spaniard was notably lively on the touchline[/caption]

The match included loads of flashpoints, with each groups being awarded spot kicks and United having a trio of different shouts waved away.

Arsenal had been awarded their penalty within the thirty second minute, after initially pondering they’d scored, when Bukayo Saka was adjudged to have been fouled within the build-up to Eddie Nketiah’s offside objective.

When Pawson was instructed to try the pitchside monitor, Arteta raced over to him to protest.

On the Spaniard’s actions, Scholes, 47, mentioned: “I believe Arteta is a shame there.

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“He shouldn’t be allowed to try this.

“If you happen to see it once more, he truly goes to the group to try to affect the referee somewhat.

“All the players around them as well. That shouldn’t be allowed.”

Saka’s transformed spot-kick doubled Arsenal’s result in 2-0, after Nuno Tavares had put them forward early on.

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Cristiano Ronaldo pulled one again for the Crimson Devils by scoring his 100th Premier League goal, however Granit Xhaka’s thunderbolt after Bruno Fernandes missed from 12 yards settled the match.

After the frenetic sport, the excitable Arteta urged his group to remain calm.

He mentioned: “I fear even after I win, so think about.

“But this is the game, and we have to be focused in what we do and what we want to do, and don’t get too down or too excited after winning.”

Man United now sit sixth within the desk, six factors behind the Gunners having performed a sport extra.

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Interim boss Ralf Rangnick gave up on qualifying for next season’s Champions League after the match.

He instructed BT Sport: “Yeah, pretty sure for me even before that game it was not very likely, but after this result top four is gone.”

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