They investigate homophobic songs against Frank Lampard during the United vs. Everton
The FA positioned itself against discrimination, while Manchester United assured that homophobia “has no place in football”
The English federationFAfor its acronym in English) has opened an investigation for alleged homophobic songs directed at the coach of the Everton, Frank Lampardduring the victory of Manchester Utd (3-1) in the third round duel of the FA Cup.
The songs, according to the FAoccurred in the second part of the match played this Friday and were aimed at lampardreferencing his past in the Chelseawhere he worked as both a player and a coach.
The FA condemned the chants in a statement and positioned himself against discrimination, while the Manchester Utd He assured that homophobia “has no place in football”.
Rashford lights up United’s standings
Two individual good deeds of Marcus Rashfordthe most intoned man in the Manchester Utdculminated by Antony and later by the misfortune of Conor Coadywho had tightened the game with the goal of the tie for the Evertonlit the way to the round of 32 of the england cup of the Old Trafford team, which is still impeccable at the start of the year.
It was, however, Conor Coady the designated cupbearer crash. The defender of the ‘toffees’ put the equalizer on the scoreboard that he later undid with another goal that he led towards his own goal. RashfordHowever, he was the one who made the difference in the duel that opened the round of thirty-seconds. Two assists and a goal, the one that sealed the pass.
fly the Manchester Utdthat since the return of Qatar 2022 He has won all his matches. He started the wonderful dynamic of him in the Premier, in which he has not conceded any goal since his return. And now also in the Cup in a game that he put on track after four minutes thanks to a burst from Rashford to the left until he reached the area. He crossed to the far post, beat Jordan Pickford and Antonyto an empty door, he scored.