Gabby Agbonlahor wants Casemiro ‘arrested’ and urges Manchester United to discipline him
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 06
Gabby Agbonlahor has told Casemiro that football is not ‘ice hockey’ (Picture: Getty)

Gabriel Agbonlahor wants ‘arrested’ and has urged to discipline the midfielder after his red card against .

Casemiro after he was sent off for violent conduct in United’s Premier League win over Palace on Saturday.

United and Palace players were involved in a brawl in the second half at Old Trafford after Jeffrey Schlupp barged into  off the ball.

Both Antony and Schlupp were given yellow cards by referee Andre Marriner but VAR spotted Casemiro grabbing Palace midfielder Will Hughes by the throat during the mele.

Agbonlahor has slammed the 30-year-old Brazil international following the incident as he told : ‘Casemiro thought he was Brock Lesnar back in the UFC.

‘The way he was strangling Will Hughes, he should be arrested for that. Kids are watching that later on, on Match of the Day. Seeing Casemiro strangling an opponent.

‘This isn’t ice hockey in America where they have a scrap during the game. This is football, we don’t want to see that. So Casemiro needs to be disciplined by Manchester United.’

Agbonlahor also ripped into United winger Antony earlier this week and labelled his trademark turn trick ’embarrassing’.

 this summer from  but the Brazil international has so far failed to make much of an impact at Old Trafford.

The 22-year-old has registered just three goals 12 Premier League games without producing a single assist in the top-flight.

‘When I look at Antony… £86 million pounds… I think he is a bluffer,’ Agbonlahor added. ‘I think when he gets the ball he doesn’t take anyone on, he hasn’t got the speed to take anyone on.

‘He doesn’t do what Marcus Rashford does – Rashford gets the ball direct, he takes players on, he gets balls into the box.

‘The big thing for me is Antony’s number of crosses. He puts in 1.5 per game. He’s doing his tricks, he’s cutting in, cutting back…

‘I played with a great winger at Aston Villa, Ashley Young. He’s still playing now at 37. In his first season at Villa he got nine goals and 14 assists.

‘You always knew he was going to put the ball into the box. He’d take a player on, he’d do his step-overs, cut back, do his chops, but he would always put the ball in the right areas.

‘Antony… 1.5 crosses per game is not good enough. He does this turn [trick] as well… It’s embarrassing and he needs to liven up.’