Everton’s Yerry Mina had a post-match altercation with Bruno Fernandes and Toffees fans are loving their centre-back’s treatment of the Manchester United playmaker.
The Blues enjoyed a hard-fought point at Old Trafford on Saturday after an Andros Townsend goal cancelled out Anthony Martial’s first-half strike.
With so much at stake, United were left frustrated by a solid Everton defence with Mina at its core which kept the Red Devils’ forwards at bay.
None were more frustrated at the performance than captain Bruno Fernandes, who seemingly refused to shake Mina’s hand following the Colombian’s offer after the final whistle had blown.
But the 27-year-old colossus was not about to let Fernandes get away with the disrespect, forcibly grabbing the United man’s hand before giving the sulking Portugal international a cheeky push to the head.
And Everton fans are loving their player’s s***housery, taking to social media to praise Mina.
One Everton supporter wrote on Twitter: “He [Mina] is such a fantastic s***house.”
Another added: “No matter what goes on in the game you shake hands at the end, Fernandes is a bad cheat yet refuses the hand.”
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Others were in adoration for the Colombian, saying: “Absolutely tremendous from Mina” and “Love this from King Yerry.”
Mina was at the centre of attention throughout, being involved in an incident where Paul Pogba appeared to perform a WWE-style suplex on him after blocking the Frenchman off-the-ball.
He even went on to have a late goal ruled out after Tom Davies’ pass was deemed offside following a VAR check.
Everton now sit fifth in the Premier League table, level on points with both United and Manchester City after a promising start under new manager Rafa Benitez.
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