Connect with us


Man Utd fans all say same thing after Antony celebrates in Jorginho’s face after Casemiro’s late goal in draw at Chelsea

MANCHESTER UNITED fans have all been left saying the same thing after Antony was seen celebrating in the face of Jorginho.

Antony was among the players who celebrated wildly following Casemiro’s late equaliser which earned United a point at Stamford Bridge.

Antony was seen shouting at Jorginho after the equaliser
Antony couldn’t resist taunting the Italian who he had been in an altercation with moments before
Antony earned a yellow card for an overzealous challenge on Jorginho just before the equaliser

And the Brazilian, who has hit the ground running in the Premier League since his summer arrival from Ajax, gave it large to Chelsea scorer Jorginho as he screamed at him as he ran past in celebration.

And the interaction left United fans feeling endeared by the 22-year-old.

One fan said: “I love Anthony so much mannn.”

A second fan said: “Man said HOL THAT in Portuguese.”

A third fan declared: “I love the man.”

One fan pointed to the refresh the club seems to have undergone since Erik ten Hag’s arrival, saying: “(Diogo) Dalot, Licha (Lisandro Martinez), Bruno (Fernandes), Casemiro, Antony we’ve got proper characters now.”

Antony’s verbal taunt at Jorginho also happened right in front of the referee, much to the delight of one fan who remarked: “Doing in front of referee makes it even better.”

The winger looked sharp in the opening exchanges of the game before Graham Potter hooked Marc Cucurella in a tactical substitution which saw United’s prior dominance snuffed out.


After Scott McTominay brought down Armando Broja in the penalty area, Brazilian-born Italian Jorginho stepped up to convert from 12 yards.

And he was involved in an altercation with Antony – who had taken issue with his time-wasting tactics and received a yellow card for an overzealous challenge – just before The Red Devils equalised.

Naturally however, the game was overshadowed by the absence of legendary forward Cristiano Ronaldo, with a heated argument about the 37-year-old erupting on Sky Sports after the game.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply


Must See


More in Football