VIDEO: Antony knocked off Jeremy Doku's hand and finger after a bad tackle during Manchester city vs Manchester united game at stoppage time during the Manchester derby KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, October 29, 2023

VIDEO: Antony knocked off Jeremy Doku's hand and finger after a bad tackle during Manchester city vs Manchester united game at stoppage time during the Manchester derby

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Antony knocked down Jeremy Doku's hand and finger after a bad tackle during Manchester city vs Manchester united game at stoppage time during the Manchester derby.

Antony KNOCKING OFF Jeremy Doku FINGERS. 

The Sky Sports commentator said: "Doku is absolutely right, Antony just has a kick at him. United have lost their discipline, it starts with the captain. It's absolutely ridiculous, I would just send him off. It's embarrassing."

Fernandes' frustration grew as the game began to get away from United with the Portuguese playmaker's demeanour underlining his emotions. As has been seen before, Fernandes threw his arms up petulantly and also began tackling more aggressively.

The Sky Sports commentator said: "Doku is absolutely right, Antony just has a kick at him. United have lost their discipline, it starts with the captain. It's absolutely ridiculous, I would just send him off. It's embarrassing."

Fernandes' frustration grew as the game began to get away from United with the Portuguese playmaker's demeanour underlining his emotions. As has been seen before, Fernandes threw his arms up petulantly and also began tackling more aggressively.

City winger Doku was dribbling and dodged an Antony tackle before the United star went back in for another aggressive swipe - drawing a reaction from his opponent. Antony's action earned him a yellow card, but Neville claiming United's discipline issues began with skipper Bruno Fernandes.

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