Man Utd and Man City Fans Clash after 1-0 defeat Carabao derby

Man Utd and Man City fans were seeing exchanging words and throwing things at themselves after the last Manchester local derby game. Police are saying they are currently investigating the incident. It happened after the local derby match between Manchester City and Manchester United on Wednesday.

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They said they working with Manchester City to identify people involved in the uprising immediately after the match. They further said anyone involved in trouble during Wednesday’s EFL Cup semi-final against Manchester United at Etihad Stadium will face justice.

An arrest has already been concerning the incident, a 43-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of a flare. Report has it that they were a cases of Man Utd and Man City fans struggling for a fight with each other. of chaos after the match just outside the Etihad stadium but things are now stable as people can now go back to their normal endeavors.

Manchester City are also looking at CCTV after fans were pictured making monkey chants and airplane gestures, in reference to the Munich air crash of 1958. The i1958 crash caused the lives of eight Manchester United players out of the 23 passengers on board. Rival fans were also seen throwing seats at each other.

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Manchester United won the game 1-0 but lost on aggregate 3-2, City progress to final to play Aston Villa on 1st of March. Both City boss Pep Guardiola and his United counterpart Ole Gunnar Solskjaer condemned fans after the match.

Both Man Utd and Man City fans are now I good terms after the both coaches Guardiola described the incidents as “not nice”, while Solskjaer added: “We want rivalry, but keep it at the same level. Let’s make sure we eradicate this now.”

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