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Gestede: There was no bite, Bailly just gave me a kiss

Gestede: There was no bite, Bailly just gave me a kiss

Manchester United's victory over Middlesbrough ended with both sets of players scuffling in the tunnel after a mistaken claim that Eric Bailly had bitten Rudy Gestede.

Substitute Gestede slotted home Boro's first league goal in 509 minutes of action to give the relegation-threatened side hope after Marouane Fellaini and Jesse Lingard had put the visitors in control with first-half goals.

As the two players came together, Gestede wrapped his arm around Bailly's neck.

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However, the ending of the game was marred by a bust-up between Gestede and Bailly where the striker appeared to lean in on the Ivory Coast worldwide as if he was about to bite him.

"We had a few words together, it was nothing major", said Gestede. I didn't feel anything.

It was also reported that a bust-up between both sets of players occurred at the end of the match in the tunnel, with security apparently having to step in.

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'But I told him now we were just talking, there was no problem'.

However, United defender Phil Jones suggests it was little more than an expression of frustration from the hosts, who remain stuck in the bottom two of the Premier League following the loss.

"It is a hard situation, I was in it with Blackburn so I know how they feel".

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