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This City Player Should Be Suspended For Doing This Against United – Ref

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Manchester City star player Gabriel Jesus was guilty of dramatics at Old Trafford on Sunday when he side beat Manchester United 2-1 in the premier league.

And popular referee Mark Clattenburg believes the talented player should be suspended by the FA for two games since he tried deceiving the officiating referee by diving in the box.

Pep Guardiola led his men to Old Trafford and he stunned Man United fans by earning all three points from the encounter without much hassles.

During the game, Gabriel tried getting an underserved penalty by pushing himself to the ground under the slightest touches from an opponent. And Mark expects the FA to bring up the case again.

Everton’s Oumar Niasse was the first player to receive a two-match ban for trying to con the referee by diving during his side’s game with Crystal Palace.

And referee Mark Clattenburg believes Gabriel Jesus should face what Niasse faced for his dramatics against Man United at Old Trafford.

During the Sunday clash at Old Trafford, United’s Ander Herrera was shown a yellow card by referee Micheal Oliver for diving, and Mark said the Spanish midfielder is safe from further punishment.

The win at Old Trafford made Man City the first club in the premier league to win 14 league games in a row.

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