Fellaini will not be punished for grabbing Guendouzi’s hair

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Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini will not be punished for grabbing the hair of his opponent from Arsena, Matteo Guendouzi, in the Premier League match the night before.

The Red Devils head coach, Jose Mourinho, released his Belgian joker only in the 72nd minute, however, that time Fellaini failed to score in the compensated time, in which he has already scored two goals this season.

Marouane, recently deprived of fluffy hair, grabbed the hair of 19-year-old Guendouzi. At the same time, referee Andre Marriner did not show him yellow card, having limited himself to the appointment of a free kick only.

It would seem that the FA may be interested in the incident, however Sky Sports became aware that no punishment would follow. In the post-match report, Marriner indicated that he clearly saw that episode and consciously decided not to book the Belgian with a yellow card.

(Reporting by Glushko Denys, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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