Scott McTominay’s Brilliant Reaction When Asked If Paris Saint-Germain Players 'Fall Too Easily'
Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay pulled no punches towards Paris Saint-Germain when he was asked if the French club's players 'fall too easily.'
Fred, 27, was involved in a controversial first-half incident and escaped a straight red card after he appeared to thrust his head at Leandro Paredes.
And even McTominay was spotted exchanging a war of words with Neymar during a heated dispute at half-time.
Neymar and Scott McTominay exchange views on footballing philosophies as the sides head in for half-time at Old Trafford :eyes: pic.twitter.com/JHqtkQspmO- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) December 2, 2020
Speaking after the 3-1 defeat, the 23-year-old Scottish star was far from impressed with how the PSG players had acted on the pitch.
"They fall too easily? [Laughs] You can see, can't you? It's not football whenever teams play like that," McTominay said.
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"O que eles fizeram não foi futebol". :flushed: McTominay falou com exclusividade ao @fredcaldeira e afirmou, entre outras coisas, que os jogadores do PSG se jogaram durante a partida. Se liga no desabafo do cara! #CasaDaChampions pic.twitter.com/CAAizqW5j7- Esporte Interativo (de :house:) (@Esp_Interativo) December 3, 2020
"But as I say, credit to them: they come here, they got a win, so we have to play well in the next game in the Champions League and then it's all to play for, you know."
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hit out at PSG's antics on the pitch, saying that he doesn't want players like McTominay to act like them in matches.
"Don't want to comment on opposition players. My players know my values," he said.
"I want honest players. Scotty could have gone down when Neymar grabs his gentle parts but I don't want them to do that."
United are currently second in Group H and are level on points with PSG and RB Leipzig.
Solskjaer's men will return to Champions League action on 8th December when they travel away to RB Leipzig.
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