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Every foul from 'cheat' and 'caveman' Scott McTominay has been put into a compilation from Man United 3-1 Arsenal

Josh Lawless

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Every foul from 'cheat' and 'caveman' Scott McTominay has been put into a compilation from Man United 3-1 Arsenal

An Arsenal fan has created a compilation featuring all of Scott McTominay's fouls in the 3-1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The Gunners' perfect start to the season came to an end after goals from United's £86 million signing Antony and Marcus Rashford (2).

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Bukayo Saka scored for Arsenal, who also had an opening goal disallowed when VAR ruled that Martin Odegaard had fouled Christian Eriksen prior to Gabriel Martinelli putting the ball in the net.

But speaking of fouls, Scotland international McTominay made a number of them during the game.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

The likes of Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus were brought down cynically by the midfielder, who was eventually cautioned in the second half for throwing the former to the floor with a rugby tackle after a poor touch.


Yet @kimmoAFC was outraged by McTominay's constant fouling and in a tweet branding him "a cheat and a caveman", shared all of his offences.


McTominay has never been sent off in his whole career, taking in club and international appearances into account, but he has been yellow card in four of his six outings this term.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Against Arsenal, he completed 100 per cent of his 25 passes attempted. And the moment, £70 million man Casemiro, a five-time Champions League winner, still can't breaking into Erik ten Hag's starting XI.

“He has to get used to my way of playing football… The other thing, Scott McTominay is playing really well,” Ten Hag said pre-match when asked why Casemiro hasn't started yet.

Featured Image Credit: Image: Sky Sports

Topics: Manchester United, Arsenal, Premier League, Scott Mctominay

Josh Lawless
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