Paul Scholes has Erik ten Hag theory over Antony gesture after Manchester United hammering

Ex-Manchester United star Paul Scholes has had his say on Antony’s post-match conversation with Mason Mount after Monday night’s 4-0 defeat to Crystal Palace.

Antony, the United winger, was seen conversing with team-mate Mount following the match, covering his mouth, and appearing to hold up three fingers – a gesture that has led to speculation about its meaning. Goalkeeper Andre Onana also appeared to be part of the discussion

Speaking on Optus Sport as a pundit, Scholes speculated on the nature of Antony’s apparent frustration. He admitted he was guessing as it wasn’t possible to hear their conversation directly, but suggested that the forward’s gesture could possibly be expressing discontent with manager Erik ten Hag’s tactics.

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