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Leicester 0-3 West Ham: Visitors emphatically halt Foxes’ perfect start to the Premier League season

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David Moyes continues to suffer from mild symptoms of coronavirus but West Ham are in the rudest of health.

After demolishing Wolves in Moyes’ absence last week, they wrecked Leicester’s hopes of winning four in a row and climbing for the top of the Premier League.

First-half goals from Michail Antonio and Pablo Fornals put them in control and Jarrod Bowen grabbed the third, on the break eight minutes from time, to extinguish Leicester’s hopes of a late comeback.

West Ham ended Leicester's 100 per cent record in the Premier League this season with a win

West Ham ended Leicester's 100 per cent record in the Premier League this season with a win

West Ham ended Leicester’s 100 per cent record in the Premier League this season with a win

Michail Antonio scored his 10th goal in 11 top-flight appearances to give West Ham the lead

Michail Antonio scored his 10th goal in 11 top-flight appearances to give West Ham the lead

Michail Antonio scored his 10th goal in 11 top-flight appearances to give West Ham the lead

Pablo Fornals then doubled the lead after controlling Aaron Creswell's long ball and finishing

Pablo Fornals then doubled the lead after controlling Aaron Creswell's long ball and finishing

Pablo Fornals then doubled the lead after controlling Aaron Creswell’s long ball and finishing

Bowen then sealed the win after finishing past Kasper Schmeichel after being set up by Fornals

Bowen then sealed the win after finishing past Kasper Schmeichel after being set up by Fornals

Bowen then sealed the win after finishing past Kasper Schmeichel after being set up by Fornals

MATCH FACTS AND PLAYER RATINGS

Leicester (3-4-3): Schmeichel 6; Amartey 5 (Under 55 min, 5), Evans 6, Soyuncu 5.5; Castagne 6, Tielemans 6, Mendy 6 (Choudhury 88), Justin 6; Perez 5 (Iheanacho 63, 5), Vardy 5.5, Barnes 5

Subs not used: Fofana, Albrighton, Ward, Fuchs

Booked: Mendy, Evans

Goals: None

Manager: Brendan Rodgers 5 

West Ham (3-4-2-1): Fabianski 6; Balbuena 6.5, Ogbonna 7, Cresswell 7; Coufal 6.5, Soucek 7, Rice 7.5, Masuaku 6.5; Bowen 7 (Noble 87), Fornals 7; Antonio 8 (Haller 87)

Subs not used: Yarmolenko, Felipe Anderson, Lanzini, Johnson, Randolph

Booked: Fornals, Coufal

Goals: Antonio 14′, Fornals 34′, Bowen 83′

Manager: David Moyes 7.5

Referee: Andrew Madley

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Leicester, having scored a dozen goals in their first three Premier League outings and five at Manchester City, rarely tested Lukasz Fabianski.

Jamie Vardy seemed certain to score when he was clean through with only Fabianski to beat in the last minute but he scooped the ball wide.

Harvey Barnes scored in stoppage time only to see the consolation ruled out by VAR for offside.

West Ham, in contrast, were potent. Antonio led the line brilliantly, creating chances and threatening Kasper Schmeichel.

It was their second win in the Premier League since Moyes and two players, Issa Diop and Josh Cullen, tested positive for coronavirus almost two weeks ago.

Diop is back in training, although not involved at the King Power and, Cullen is close to completing a move to Anderlecht.

Moyes will follow the advice of the experts and stay away until he is back to normal but he must be enjoying watching his team from the comfort of home.

Antonio struck in the 14th minute, drifting in behind Caglar Soyuncu at the back post to meet Aaron Cresswell’s deep cross with a textbook header, planted firmly down and back across goal.

With it, he became the first West Ham player to score in five consecutive away games in the top flight since Mike Small in 1991. At this point, Antonio had scored West Ham’s last seven away goals in the Premier League.

Harvey Barnes had a late consolation goal ruled out for offside against Jamie Vardy

Harvey Barnes had a late consolation goal ruled out for offside against Jamie Vardy

Harvey Barnes had a late consolation goal ruled out for offside against Jamie Vardy

Alan Irvine stood in once again for David Moyes, who is displaying mild coronavirus symptoms

Alan Irvine stood in once again for David Moyes, who is displaying mild coronavirus symptoms

Alan Irvine stood in once again for David Moyes, who is displaying mild coronavirus symptoms

The Hammers took the lead when Antonio met Creswell's cross to nod past Kasper Schmeichel

The Hammers took the lead when Antonio met Creswell's cross to nod past Kasper Schmeichel

The Hammers took the lead when Antonio met Creswell’s cross to nod past Kasper Schmeichel

Pablo Fornals beat the offside trap and controlled a Creswell punt to double their advantage

Pablo Fornals beat the offside trap and controlled a Creswell punt to double their advantage

Pablo Fornals beat the offside trap and controlled a Creswell punt to double their advantage

They were solid at the back, where wing-back Vladimir Coufal enjoyed a solid debut, causing problems on the break and growing in confidence.

Soyuncu denied Jarrod Bowen with a desperate block before Fornals converted the second, bursting through Leicester’s defensive line to collect a towering up n under from Cresswell.

Fornals gathered the ball with an exquisite touch, did not break his stride and beat ‘keeper Schmeichel at his near post.

Jamie Vardy endured a frustrating afternoon and was kept quiet by the West Ham defence

Jamie Vardy endured a frustrating afternoon and was kept quiet by the West Ham defence

Jamie Vardy endured a frustrating afternoon and was kept quiet by the West Ham defence

Jonny Evans and the Leicester defence cut frustrated figures as they were opened up

Jonny Evans and the Leicester defence cut frustrated figures as they were opened up

Jonny Evans and the Leicester defence cut frustrated figures as they were opened up

Leicester started the second half brightly through Barnes but he snatched at a chance

Leicester started the second half brightly through Barnes but he snatched at a chance

Leicester started the second half brightly through Barnes but he snatched at a chance

Having scored a dozen in their first three Premier League games, Leicester could not muster a shot on target in the first half.

Leicester lost Daniel Amartey, one of their three central defenders, with what appeared to be a groin problem, early in the second half, and Brendan Rodgers used the setback as an opportunity to change shape.

It was a blow for Amartey, only recently back from two years blighted by injuries, but the home team were more fluent in a 4231 system.

Cengiz Under came on for his debut for Brendan Rodgers's side after replacing Daniel Amartey

Cengiz Under came on for his debut for Brendan Rodgers's side after replacing Daniel Amartey

Cengiz Under came on for his debut for Brendan Rodgers’s side after replacing Daniel Amartey

Antonio continued to cause problems for Caglar Soyuncu and Leicester with his runs forward

Antonio continued to cause problems for Caglar Soyuncu and Leicester with his runs forward

Antonio continued to cause problems for Caglar Soyuncu and Leicester with his runs forward

Vardy continued to be well marshalled by Angelo Ogbonna who gave an imperious display

Vardy continued to be well marshalled by Angelo Ogbonna who gave an imperious display

Vardy continued to be well marshalled by Angelo Ogbonna who gave an imperious display

Cengiz Under came on for his debut and Kelechi Iheanacho later replaced Ayoze Perez.

West Ham continued to resist, however, and threaten on the counter attack. Jonny Evans blocked a shot by Fornals and Schmeichel made saves from Antonio.

Declan Rice rattled the bar after a rampaging run from his own half, outpacing Nampalys Mendy as he carried the ball into the Leicester penalty box and unleashing a left-footer which flashed past Schmeichel and rebounded to safety.

Bowen made no mistake, however, when he was released by Fornals and West Ham moved onto six points.

And after sucking up a lot of pressure, West Ham broke and sealed the game through Bowen

And after sucking up a lot of pressure, West Ham broke and sealed the game through Bowen

And after sucking up a lot of pressure, West Ham broke and sealed the game through Bowen

It was the third time Schmeichel had been beaten in the Foxes' defeat at the King Power

It was the third time Schmeichel had been beaten in the Foxes' defeat at the King Power

It was the third time Schmeichel had been beaten in the Foxes’ defeat at the King Power

Vardy's off day was summed up when he put a clear chance over Lukasz Fabianski but wide

Vardy's off day was summed up when he put a clear chance over Lukasz Fabianski but wide

Vardy’s off day was summed up when he put a clear chance over Lukasz Fabianski but wide

And it was a hugely frustrating day for Brendan Rodgers' side after beating Man City last week

And it was a hugely frustrating day for Brendan Rodgers' side after beating Man City last week

And it was a hugely frustrating day for Brendan Rodgers’ side after beating Man City last week

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Premier League clubs set to turn back on controversial pay-per-view matches TODAY

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The Premier League looks set to take a major step towards the end of £14.95 pay-per-view games today as club chiefs rail against the failures of the controversial scheme.

Figureheads from each top flight team are set to convene at 11am to begin the process of discussing the PPV system and its ongoing role within Premier League football.

The scheme has dominated talk for several weeks, following its introduction to charge supporters an additional premium cost to watch their team play at a time when the world is still in a fragile situation.

Premier League clubs will meet at 11am today to discuss the future of pay-per-view matches

Premier League clubs will meet at 11am today to discuss the future of pay-per-view matches

Premier League clubs will meet at 11am today to discuss the future of pay-per-view matches

At present matches that are outside the scheduled TV broadcast selections are available on BT Sport Box Office or Sky Sports Box Office for £14.95 per game, a figure which has infuriated the masses and key figures within the sport.

The change was brought in during the early part of October, prior to which matches had been free-to-air on TV as football came to term with its new normal in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Clubs had agreed the concept was to be an ‘interim’ solution, though the venom with which the backlash has carried has prompted immediate action, with many sides now giving serious consideration to completely axing the idea.

Burnley’s goalless draw with West Brom was quickly held up as a poster example of why the scheme simply should not be in place, while the PPV airing of Fulham versus Crystal Palace was also widely slammed.

So what is the current state of play, who are the big voices and what could we be looking at next after Tuesday’s meeting? Sportsmail takes a closer look… 

What happens next?

All teams will huddle around the same table to discuss the pros and cons of a system which appears to be failing very rapidly.

Widespread discontent must be addressed, with chief figures from each club putting forward their opinion on if and how PPV should be handled going forward.

An assessment will be made regarding how the system has played out so far, taking into account the impact on fan bases and how they have responded to its implementation.

Fans are being asked to pay £14.95-a-match to watch half of the top-flight matches this season

Fans are being asked to pay £14.95-a-match to watch half of the top-flight matches this season

Fans are being asked to pay £14.95-a-match to watch half of the top-flight matches this season

A series of proposals are expecting to be put forward, one of which is likely to include a full scrapping of the PPV concept, while others will look at tweaks and alterations along with cost reduction.

Attending personnel will then vote in favour of how they feel the next steps should be taken, with news of any decision expected to come out of the meeting and be made public knowledge on Tuesday evening. 

What is the most likely outcome? 

Barring any immediate and drastic changing, such as an immediate removal of the PPV idea, a likely turning point is set to be the next international break.

Last week the Premier League announced the next run of fixtures scheduled for live broadcast, with a series of matches changing days as a result.

After outlining which games had been moved for TV purposes however, the Premier League rather interestingly did not offer any form of confirmation as to which games would be set up as PPV.

The football body simply listed the fixtures as either Sky Sports or BT Sports owned, while the statement of fixture rearrangement made no reference to the ongoing paid system.

The system is likely to remain in place until the international break in mid November

The system is likely to remain in place until the international break in mid November

The system is likely to remain in place until the international break in mid November

It is therefore understood that today’s meeting could have serious bearing on what happens next, with the fixture list offering a break-point in the form of the upcoming international break.

Premier League teams will continue to face each other up until the weekend of November 7 and 8, at which points clubs will part for the international break before reconvening on Saturday, November 21.

It is understood the PPV scheme could remain in place up until that point, with the return of football after international action offering a good opportunity to implement wholesale changes.

Today’s meeting will therefore go a long way to determining whether that change upon resumption of the league is to completely abandon the idea. 

Who is for the idea?

Very few people indeed.

The Premier League hatched the concept as a result of Government action in October, when plans for a slow reintroduction of fans to football stadiums were abandoned.

Health guidelines dictated that the move would not be possible due to the steadily rising figures of Covid-19 once more, with the country desperate to avoid the situation of high contraction rates during the winter period.

PPV football was therefore drafted in as a way of generating income, though was immediate met with both scepticism and anger.

Despite having had time to prepare for the change, the overwhelmingly critical response appears to have caught the league by surprise.

After Premier League shareholders give the green light for the system during a meeting at the start of the month, it is reported that Leicester City were the only club to vote against the idea in a 19-1 ruling. 

Though Sky Sports and BT Sports are heavily linked with the idea, sources from within both broadcast giants have expressed their disapproval and shown a concern that the process itself may be damaging their brand and public image. 

Who is against the idea?

How long have you got? The list is quite sizable.

Sky and BT’s unhappiness with the idea show just how poorly the whole thing has been handled. 

One Sky source previously told the Mirror: ‘Sky is not happy to be involved in showing the pay-per-view games. We never thought it was a good idea and nothing’s changed since it started.’

Chiefs at both BT Sport and Sky Sports are said to be very much against the PPV system

Chiefs at both BT Sport and Sky Sports are said to be very much against the PPV system

Chiefs at both BT Sport and Sky Sports are said to be very much against the PPV system 

The view is also reflected among many of the big business names in football, which may come as a surprise to many. 

Even Newcastle’s controversial owner Mike Ashley has publicly shunned the concept, saying it is ‘not acceptable in the current climate’ to be asking supporters to pay £14.95 to watch a match from home.

Ashley’s Newcastle were the first side in the division to be placed on a PPV match slot, during their home clash against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United.

It is estimated that the fixture, in which United took a 4-1 victory, attracted just 40,000 paying customers in total.

Mike Ashley believes the Premier League's new pay-per-view scheme is 'unacceptable'

Mike Ashley believes the Premier League's new pay-per-view scheme is 'unacceptable'

Mike Ashley believes the Premier League’s new pay-per-view scheme is ‘unacceptable’ 

Figures have since dwindled, with certain uneventful matches held up as examples of why fans simply will not continue to fork out additional cash on top of packages they have already paid for.

Football pundit Gary Neville has also slammed the idea, branding it from the off as a ‘really bad move’ to charge for ‘single matches that have been shown free for six months.’

From within the game itself, Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has also spoken of his distaste of the idea, saying: ‘£14 is a lot of money. You cannot even share with your friends as they cannot come to your house [in London]. It is difficult.’ 

Is it working?

It’s safe to say it isn’t, and does not look set to improve any time soon.

In uncharacteristic fashion, broadcasters Sky and BT have not released their official figures and takings for the PPV matches, despite both regularly doing so for boxing and other blockbuster sporting events.

This has led many to assume the official figures to be embarrassingly low, as supporters turn their backs on the system early doors in hope of bringing about change.

Estimations have been taken from the paid-for matches so far, using statistics collected by the British Audience Research Board (BARB) to give a reasonably accurate view on how many people are paying.

It is estimated that only half of the 40,000 who tuned in for Newcastle and Manchester United purchased Leicester City’s clash with Aston Villa.

Last weekend’s games saw viewing figures increase, with 110,000 watching Liverpool against Sheffield United, despite mass boycotting ideas orchestrated over social media.

A further 140,000 watched Arsenal’s defeat to Leicester City on Sunday evening, though most damning of all it has been suggested that one fixture pulled in just over 1,000 purchases.

The match in question is understood to be Burnley’s 0-0 stalemate with West Brom, with fans simply refusing to pay for the fixture and feeling vindicated in the aftermath. 

By contrast, Manchester United’s game against Chelsea on Saturday evening, which was on Sky Sports’ subscriber channels, averaged an audience of 1.7m viewers. 

How have fans responded?

The response has been huge, and decisive, after supporters groups up and down the country decided to make a real stand and divert their money elsewhere.

Using the power of social media, fans have been organising donations to charitable causes during these testing times, rather than fuel the Premier League’s PPV plans.

Supporters have instead been donating the £14.95 to charities close to their clubs and local communities, with many generating big headlines as a result.

Collectively Premier League fans have now raised north of £300,000 in a month, as report the BBC, after channeling their cash elsewhere in order to boycott the plans.

Liverpool fans raised over £120,000 in boycotting their side's 2-1 win over Sheffield United

Liverpool fans raised over £120,000 in boycotting their side's 2-1 win over Sheffield United

Liverpool fans raised over £120,000 in boycotting their side’s 2-1 win over Sheffield United 

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Liverpool fans raised more than £120,000 for North Liverpool food bank after their win over Sheffield United on Saturday, while Leeds supporters donated £57,000 instead of paying to watch their side’s 3-0 win over Aston Villa on Friday.

After boycotting their 4-1 defeat to United, Newcastle fans put up more than £60,000 for the NUFC Fans Foodbank while in north London Tottenham fans have raised just shy of £20,000 despite their first pay-pay-view game not being until their home match against Brighton on 1 November.

Manchester City fans, likewise, have contributed £25,000 collectively with fans of their neighbours United to a local foodbank, despite Pep Guardiola’s side also having not had a PPV match yet. 

On 9 November, the government will debate a petition about the return of fans which received more than 198,000 signatures. 

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Arsenal: Mikel Arteta was overruled by Edu to seal £45m move for Thomas Partey

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Arsenal technical director Edu managed to overrule Mikel Arteta by bringing in Thomas Partey instead of Houssem Aouar in the summer transfer window, according to reports. 

The Gunners were in hot pursuit of both players all summer but after months of interest, they managed to wrap up a £45million deadline day deal for combative midfielder Partey from Atletico Madrid.

And according to L’Equipe, via Sport Witness, Arteta reportedly wanted to bring in Lyon midfielder Aouar to sort out Arsenal’s creativity issues but Edu’s decision ‘obviously had more weight’ as they ended up bringing in Partey. 

Edu reportedly got his way over manager Mikel Arteta in bringing in Thomas Partey to Arsenal

Edu reportedly got his way over manager Mikel Arteta in bringing in Thomas Partey to Arsenal

Edu reportedly got his way over manager Mikel Arteta in bringing in Thomas Partey to Arsenal

As the transfer window ticked down to its deadline, it appeared that Arsenal had begun to prioritise the signing of French star Aouar with it unlikely the club would have signed both players.

Negotiations took place between Arsenal and Lyon but a £45m move for Aouar failed to materialise with the Ligue 1 outfit playing hardball over their pursuit.

Lyon ended up being successful in keeping star players Aouar and Memphis Depay, who attracted serious interest from Barcelona.

However, Barcelona couldn’t get a deal done with Lyon due to their finances being crippled – with the club losing £88m amid the coronavirus pandemic.  

Meanwhile, since Partey made the move to the Gunners, he has made three appearances – his most recent coming on his home debut against Leicester, which ended in a 2-1 defeat.

Arsenal’s recruitment structure has changed recently, with technical director Edu now the club’s first point of contact with regards to transfer business following the departure of head of football Raul Sanllehi.

The Gunners wrapped up a £45million deadline day deal for Partey from Atletico Madrid

The Gunners wrapped up a £45million deadline day deal for Partey from Atletico Madrid

The Gunners wrapped up a £45million deadline day deal for Partey from Atletico Madrid

Following a summer overhaul amid the pandemic, Edu recently explained the recruitment restructure was planned because he wanted less people working with more responsibility. 

A number of long-serving Arsenal scouts at senior and youth level and at home and abroad departed in an overhaul of the department.

Among the exits was renowned global scout Francisco Cagigao, who unearthed the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Hector Bellerin and Gabriel Martinelli.

Scouts who cover France, Belgium, Germany, Scotland, Spain and Italy were also included in the cull. 

The changes added to the fears that the overhaul was part of a move by Arsenal to switch to a more agent-led recruitment process.

It is understood some Arsenal officials had voiced frustration at the number of people involved in the process of buying players. 

Arsenal were in hot pursuit of Lyon's Houssem Aouar but a move failed to materialise

Arsenal were in hot pursuit of Lyon's Houssem Aouar but a move failed to materialise

Arsenal were in hot pursuit of Lyon’s Houssem Aouar but a move failed to materialise

And Edu said: ‘It is simple for me. With my position here I want to put in place one clear process how we are going to sign, who gets the responsibilities, where we start to understand where we need the player, the position we need, the characteristics we need. That has to be very clear internally right now.

‘The decision we made, to change a little bit our infrastructure, it is clear for me. I want to work with less people. I want to work with (data analytics company) StatDNA a lot more, which we have internally here at the club and is very important.

‘The people I want to work with, I want them to be very close to me. I want to create a group of people working together.

‘I don’t want individual people working in one area or for one country. I want a group working together. Less people with much more responsibilities.

‘That is my vision and for me in this process the most important thing is that everyone is very clear on the responsibilities which everyone has to make the right decision.’

Arsenal manager Arteta is crying out for much-needed creativity in the heart of midfield

Arsenal manager Arteta is crying out for much-needed creativity in the heart of midfield

Arsenal manager Arteta is crying out for much-needed creativity in the heart of midfield

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Tottenham: Erik Lamela brushes off claims he should have seen red for challenge on Dwight McNeil

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Erik Lamela insisted his challenge on Burnley‘s Dwight McNeil was a ‘great tackle’ despite suggestions he could have been sent off.

Lamela was introduced in the second half and helped his side secure a crucial 1-0 victory over Sean Dyche’s men.

In the final minutes, the Argentine came in with a full-blooded tackle on McNeil, who he caught with his studs as he won the ball but no action was taken by referee Michael Oliver. 

Erik Lamela has insisted his challenge on Burnley's Dwight McNeil was a 'great tackle'

Erik Lamela has insisted his challenge on Burnley's Dwight McNeil was a 'great tackle'

Erik Lamela has insisted his challenge on Burnley’s Dwight McNeil was a ‘great tackle’

The Argentine lunged in with his studs showing as he won the ball but caught his opponent

The Argentine lunged in with his studs showing as he won the ball but caught his opponent

The Argentine lunged in with his studs showing as he won the ball but caught his opponent

The 28-year-old agreed with Spurs legend Graham Roberts who also said it was a great tackle

The 28-year-old agreed with Spurs legend Graham Roberts who also said it was a great tackle

The 28-year-old agreed with Spurs legend Graham Roberts who also said it was a great tackle

Lamela then cheekily took a sip of water from the Burnley physio’s bag after his opponent had got back to his feet. 

Sky’s commentary team of Rob Hawthorne and Andy Hinchcliffe questioned whether the winger could have been sent off for the challenge but Spurs hero Roberts vehemently disagreed.

The former defender responded to an initial tweet from another ex-Tottenham player, Ryan Mason, which read: ‘Co-comms on sky pretty anti spurs tonight. Clean sheet and away win at Burnley is a good result.’

McNeil felt the effects of the tackle and there was a delay while he received treatment

McNeil felt the effects of the tackle and there was a delay while he received treatment

 McNeil felt the effects of the tackle and there was a delay while he received treatment

Lamela cheekily took a sip of water from the Burnley physio's bag while McNeil was treated

Lamela cheekily took a sip of water from the Burnley physio's bag while McNeil was treated

Lamela cheekily took a sip of water from the Burnley physio’s bag while McNeil was treated

Roberts responded to an earlier tweet from another ex-Tottenham player Ryan Mason

Roberts responded to an earlier tweet from another ex-Tottenham player Ryan Mason

Roberts responded to an earlier tweet from another ex-Tottenham player Ryan Mason

Roberts replied: ‘You right @RyanMason the tackle by @ErikLamela was a great tackle and the co commentator saying lucky not to be sent off what game was he watching.’

Lamela was clearly in agreement and responded to Roberts’ post, saying: ‘Of course 100% great tackle.’

The 28-year-old was arguably lucky not to see red in the 6-1 victory over Manchester United.

The winger appeared to put his arm into United’s Anthony Martial before a corner with the forward retaliating by making contact with his neck.

Lamela went to ground and referee Anthony Taylor then decided to send Martial off but took no action against the Tottenham man. 

Lamela was involved in controversy when Manchester United's Anthony Martial was sent off

Lamela was involved in controversy when Manchester United's Anthony Martial was sent off

Lamela was involved in controversy when Manchester United’s Anthony Martial was sent off  

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