Red Devils To Pay Fine After Incident In Brighton Game

The Red Devils seemed to be back to winning ways as goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes assisted the Club to a 2-0 victory over Graham.

Manchester Union were booked by the FA for an incident that occurred shortly before Lewis Dunk was sent off.

Referee Peter Bankes originally gave Dunk a yellow card for pulling back Anthony Elanga around 10 minutes into the second half after the Swede had stolen possession and looked to be through on goal.

Bankes had adjudged that Adam Webster would have got back to challenge Elanga, but United’s players were left furious with the decision as they surrounded the referee to try and convince him to brandish a red card.

Shortly, after Fernandes was shown a yellow card, Bankes was then urged by VAR official Jarred Gillett to assess the challenge on the pitchside monitor, with the referee then deciding to change his decision to a red card.

It was also learned Red Devils were still booked by the FA for their negation after being hit with a fine for failing to control their players.

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