Did Manchester United star Victor Lindelof tell the Wolves bench to ‘go f**k themselves’ in expletive-ridden rant during FA Cup defeat?

Victor Lindelof was accused of launching into an expletive-ridden rant at the Wolverhampton Wanderers bench during Saturday night’s FA Cup clash.

The Manchester United defender, who had a late red card rescinded at Molineux is alleged to have told members of the Wolves to bench to ‘go f**k themselves’ during the 2-1 defeat.

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Lindelof saw red for hacking down Jota, but it was later overturned

Lindelof hacked down Diogo Jota late on and he was initially given his marching orders by referee Martin Atkinson.

However, a VAR review saved the 24-year-old and he only received a yellow card.

But, in the subsequent check, the Sweden international was involved in an altercation with the Wolves bench and even had a war of words it appears.

Lip readers at the Daily Mirror claim he said: “Vai tomar no cu, vai tomar no cu, filho da puta!” In English, this can be roughly translated into: “Go f**k yourself, son of a b****!”

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During the wait for VAR, the Swede is alleged to have made his outburst

Lindelof played for Benfica between 2012-2017 and this would explain his use of Portuguese.

On the home bench, Wolves had manager Nuno Espirito Santo and key players such as Jota, Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho – all hailing from the Iberian island.

It remains to be seen if the player will face any disciplinary action for his outburst, and it is not known what caused him to react so angrily.

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