Luis Nani tries to explain the chronology of the commotion that occurred in the Manchester's derby in the semi-finals of the FA Cup last Saturday. Manchester United winger claimed the attitude of Mario Balotelli was the trigger.
Yes, at the end of the match ending 1-0 victory for Manchester City, United defender, Rio Ferdinand and midfielder Anderson arguing with Mario Balotelli. In fact, both push and pull Balotelli.
Not only that, assistant coach David Platt was a victim while trying to prevent acts of Ferdinand and Anderson. But according to his colleagues actions Nani at Wembley Stadium was due to less commendable attitude of the Italian striker.
"He (Balotelli) shows his badge to our fans. Anderson only encouraged him to stay away from our fans," said Nani as reported by the tribal.
"Meanwhile, Rio Ferdinand was furious because this is not fair. That attitude is not commendable when done in front of our fans. We're not happy," he added.
In that game, City managed to win a single goal by Yaya Toure utilize blunders Michael Carrick.
City itself ultimately entitled cruised into the FA Cup final. Eastlands will be met Stoke City last night after hit success with Bolton Wanderers score a landslide 5-0.