Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left fuming following his side's glorious Carabao Cup defeat to Manchester City following a red card shown to Nemanja Matić.
The Red Devils' second away win this season over their city rivals wasn't enough to see them reach the final, as they were knocked out 3-2 on aggregate. Matić opened the scoring for Solskjaer's side but was sent off with 14 minutes to go for a second yellow card for what was perceived as a cynical trip.
However, the Norwegian was quick to criticise referee Kevin Friend for his decision, claiming that the first foul wasn't a yellow and bringing attention to the amount of cynical fouls City themselves committed throughout the match.
In his interview with Sky Sports following the game, United's boss said this: "
Whether or not Solskjaer is subsequently fined for his comments is yet to be seen but he held nothing back in his criticism, and history shows the FA are not a fan of managers criticising referees. His focus will now switch to United's Premier League fixture against Wolves.