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3 Jan, 2019 21:22

‘Did he just call Salah a p***y?’ Man City captain Kompany accused of insulting Liverpool star

‘Did he just call Salah a p***y?’ Man City captain Kompany accused of insulting Liverpool star

Social media users have accused Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany of branding Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah “a p***y” after the striker went down under a bruising tackle from the defender.

Kompany was handed a booking after firing into the Liverpool forward with a crunching challenge during the teams’ Premier League top-of-the-table clash at the Etihad Stadium.

Many observers felt the rash tackle warranted a red card, but as the Egyptian forward lay writhing on the ground Kompany walked past with a few choice words for his rival.


Social media users have been sharing footage of the incident, claiming to know exactly what the Man City skipper said towards Salah.

Table-toppers Liverpool came inches from taking the lead in the game when John Stones and goalkeeper Ederson became involved in a mix-up after a Sadio Mane shot, but goalline technology showed the ball had not crossed the line.

However it was City who broke the deadlock when Argentine star Sergio Aguero fired home from a tight angle at the end of the first half. 

Roberto Firmino leveled things for the visitors with a diving header at the back post in the second half of a pulsating encounter, before German winger Leroy Sane won it for City with his superb low finish on 72 minutes.


The win for City handed the Reds their first defeat of the season and cut the gap at the top of the table to four points.