'Stunning tackle!' - Fans respond as Jordan Ayew conflicts with Manchester United's Fred
The Red Devils took care of their Premier League rivals in the wake of drifting to an agreeable 3-1 triumph in Australia.
Objectives from Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho were sufficient to make it three successes from three preseason matches for Eric ten Hag's side.
There was, nonetheless, a snapshot of discussion in the last part after Ayew tested Bruno Fernandes with a hard tackle.
While Fernandes was angered by the Ghanaian's test, it was Fred who stepped in to face Ayew furiously.
The Brazilian pushed the Crystal Palace striker, however Ayew responded with his very own push, prompting a little skirmish.
Having at long last been isolated by their colleagues however, Ayew was shown a yellow card for his risky tackle on Fernandes.
In the mean time, fans via virtual entertainment expressed their opinion on the episode, with a taking to Twitter to remark on it
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