Marcus Rashford Allegedly Told Harry Maguire To "Shut The F**k Up You K**bhead" In Furious Row
Manchester United fans are convinced Marcus Rashford told club captain Harry Maguire to "shut the f**k up" while also calling him a "k**bhead" vs Crystal Palace.
Their attackers were left frustrated all evening and Rashford's emotions look to have boiled over in the second half.
A conversation between Rashford and Maguire was picked up by Sky Sports cameras, with the former asking: "What do you want me to do?" to which Maguire replied: "F*****g get back onside!"
Rashford is said to have hit back with: "Shut the f**k up, f**king k**bhead."
Supporters have reacted to the scenes and they are divided on which player was in the right and which was in the wrong.
Damn this is the first time I've seen rashford this angry https://t.co/NmBJIwQ7JO
- . (@abz_grafts) March 3, 2021
I told these man no one rates maguire that's why we ain't gonna win anything https://t.co/dKlkUPBYG3
- Xemnas :flag_pk: (@H4rrisR4shid) March 3, 2021
Only thing us United fans are gonna be celebrating tonight is Rashford telling Maguire to "shut the fuck up you nobhead" :sob:
- ً (@ASI17_) March 3, 2021
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Just seen the clip of Rashford telling Maguire to shut the fuck up, not good to see tbh.
- UTFR :flag_ye: (@ManUtd_HQ) March 3, 2021
As he should. Maguire is a nobody compared to Rashford https://t.co/eZj6zGG2y7
- :flag_cd: (@osowxvyy) March 3, 2021
"Shut the fuck up, you nob head":sob: rashford had enough of Maguire :sob:pic.twitter.com/adocqqfDqJ
- Ben (@LFCBen66) March 3, 2021
:sob::sob::sob::sob: Not rashford telling Maguire to shut the fuck up I'm howling
- broken native (@ngula_mukosiku) March 3, 2021
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have now drawn 0-0 three games in a row, the first time that has happened since October 2015.
They're still in second place but now trail Premier League leaders Manchester City by 14 points.
Solskjaer spoke to BBC Sport following the game and admitted he was left frustrated with the performance.
He explained: "It's not good as you know, if you want to move up the table you need to win. You have to earn the right, you have to win tackles, you have to fight you have to play passes better, we kept giving the ball away.
"The tempo was missing, once in a while it happens. It wasn't one of our best nights that's for sure."
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