Manchester Metropolis striker, Sergio Aguero has obtained widespread criticism for grabbing a feminine assistant referee, Sian Massey-Ellis’s neck throughout his facet’s Premier League 1-0 victory towards Arsenal on Saturday.
The incident occurred simply earlier than half-time on the Etihad Stadium.
Aguero, who performed 65 minutes of the match, was making his first look of the season towards Arsenal after being sidelined for 4 months with a knee damage.
The 32-year-old disputed Massey-Ellis’ determination after Arsenal have been awarded a throw-in as a substitute of Man Metropolis.
The Argentine worldwide then positioned a hand on Massey-Ellis’s neck which she pushed away.
Reacting to the event, Newcastle legend, Alan Shearer, mentioned Aguero shouldn’t have put his hand on the official’s neck, including that what the attacker did was not good.
“Yeah, he [Aguero] shouldn’t put his hand on the assistant referee,” Shearer informed BBC’s Match of the Day.
“It simply wasn’t a superb look, Gary, was it? “He shouldn’t do it.”
On his half, Former Arsenal star, Ian Wright responded: “What was that?! Pointless, unnecessarily patronising.
“It felt actually awkward, that did to me.”