Fans are just noticing what Luke Shaw and Tete did during the melee in Man United vs. Fulham
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Fans have noticed how Luke Shaw and Tete reacted amid the brawl during the FA Cup clash between Manchester United and Fulham on Sunday.
The Old Trafford showdown descended into chaos when Fulham received THREE red cards in the second-half.
Willian was shown a red card for denying a goal, with Aleksandar Mitrovic sent off for his angry protestations against the match referee. Marco Silva also earned himself a red card.
The decision to send off Mitrovic prompted a huge scuffle between both sets of players as Fulham's coaching staff even entered the pitch.
There were plenty of angry exchanges during the melee, but Shaw and Tete saw it differently. They hugged it out while it was all kicking off in a wholesome moment.
People online loved the moment between Shaw and Tete.
One Twitter user wrote: "Both were hugging and having a chat in the midst of all that drama; I couldn't stop laughing tbh."
A second tweeted: "Big fan of Tete's 'why are we fighting bro?' energy with Luke Shaw."
A third added: "Shaw and Tete acting like 2 bro's who've just bumped into each other after a long time."
A fourth said: "Shaw and Tete weren't having any of it."
A fifth added: "Casemiro needs to learn from Shaw & Tete."
Shaw and Tete kept it peaceful as their teammates clashed.
Man United, meanwhile, will be looking to claim their second domestic piece of silverware this season, having already bagged the Carabao Cup.
Speaking after his side's win, Erik ten Hag said: "I think we played the first half quite decent, not in particular in possession. In possession, I think we had to use more of an overload on the left side, we did not [use] that well. But in pressing and in attacking transitions, we created great opportunities.
"I'm happy and pleased with the performance but I see a lot of room for improvement on the ball. We have to show more composure on the ball, we have to recognise where the overload is, we have to use that overload to attract opponents and stay more on the ball."
He added: "In attacking transitions today, there were good examples where we can do better, get more benefit from it, because we have the skills, abilities in our team.
"I think defensive transition, especially in the recovery, the big games, like Liverpool and City, we got beaten and really beaten. So, we have to act and show more personality.
"So, there's a lot to improve but I'm happy in the development we have made, yeah, clear."
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