It hurts just to look at it.
West Ham full-back Aaron Cresswell managed to escape a red card after his horror-tackle on Man United’s Scott McTominay.
Referee Jon Moss didn’t even stop play after the incident and instead waved play on… bizarrely.
The Man United man somehow came out unharmed after the clash with Cresswell.
A heavy touch by McTominay meant the ball got away from him.
Cresswell came flying in to try and win the loose ball but got nowhere near it with his studs over the ball and connecting with McTominay’s leg.
McTominay was fortunate to avoid a serious injury after this one.
The tackle sent the Man United man flying.
The guilty suspect.
It’s safe to say that Jose Mourinho won’t be too pleased when he sees this one back.
Surely some retrospective action will be taken against the West Ham defender after the match.
Fans are amazed that Cresswell managed to stay on the pitch…
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