MANCHESTER UNITED star Marouane Fellaini could find himself in hot water after being spotted yanking Arsenal star Matteo Guendouzi to the floor – by his HAIR.
The Red Devils played out an entertaining if error-strewn 2-2 draw at Old Trafford with a particularly open second-half.
Shkodran Mustafi opened the scoring after a shocking gaffe from David de Gea when a comfortable save was flapped at, allowing the ball to creep over the line by centimetres.
But Anthony Martial equalised shortly after despite Ander Herrera crossing from an offside position.
In almost comical fashion, Marcos Rojo scored an own goal after coming through the back of Alexandre Lacazette who was through on goal.
The ball ended up trickling past De Gea as Lacazette was crocked by the panicking Argentinean who was rushing back to correct an earlier mistake.
But 13 seconds after United kicked back off, Jesse Lingard drew the scores level after confusion between Sead Kolisanec and Bernd Leno allowed the Englishman to steal in.
But a moment of controversy came late into the second-half when Guendouzi was running with the ball.
The Frenchman’s hair is a sight to behold, especially with the midfielder in full force, but Fellaini was having none of it.
The United star recently had his own infamous barnet chopped down but with Guendouzi running past him, the Belgian grabbed him by the locks and pulled him down to the ground.
Astonishingly, the former Everton ace escaped any punishment and could be called up by the FA for his actions.
The result ended 2-2, which still leaves United worrying about their Premier League form.
It is now just one win in five games in the league and they still remain eight points behind fourth-placed Chelsea – who lost to Wolves tonight.
Arsenal also dropped out of the top four as a result of their point, with Tottenham leapfrogging them following their win over Southampton.
Liverpool strengthened their own claim to stay in a Champions League spot after coming back from 1-0 down to beat Burnley 3-1.
The Reds are still in the running to topple Manchester City for their Premier League crown and are two points behind Pep Gaurdiola’s men.