What Vieira said after kicking a Toffee fan falling off the pitch

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Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira was asked about kicking. An Everton fan into the pitch after his side’s Premier League defeat to Everton last night.

 Patrick Vieira decided not to comment. After a clip of him kicking an Everton fan and knocking him down has emerged following last night’s 3-2 defeat by Crystal Palace at Goodison Park in the Premier League. Palace took the lead by two goals but conceded three goals in a row in the second half. Bringing the Toffees back to the top three, with goals scored by the Eagles from Jean-Philippe Mateta and Jordan Ayew and the Blue Toffees from Michael Kee. N , Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin 

          And that sparked a frenzied celebration at the stadium for Everton fans after the love team survived relegation before the final day of the season on Sunday and Sky Sports footage saw the shocking turn of events. The Frenchman was angered by Everton fans as he returned to the visiting team’s dressing room after the final whistle.

          Vieira, without any staff or security, guided him across the pitch to the away dressing room, located in the Park End car park as a result of the coronavirus measures. Meanwhile, one of the Everton supporters repeated rude gestures in front of Vieira and appeared to try to slap him on the head. At first, Vieira tried to ignore the fan, but then turned around and grabbed him before slapping and kicking into the supporter’s leg, knocking it to the ground . Other Evertons came to surround the fans With some dissatisfied, they pushed Viera. And some people tried to pull Vieira out of the incident and rushed back to the dressing room. when asked about the incident Viera said “I have nothing to say about that.”

          Asked about the events after the match , Everton manager Frank Lampard said. I sympathize with Patrick. I didn’t talk to him at the end of the UFABET game Lampard said.  He should have said he came with us. He ran over the field 80 yards. It was a delight for the fans. Who wants to stay in the Premier League, are we going to handcuff them to the seats when we come back from 2-0 down and win 3-2?”

          “We don’t want to see it said former Premier League striker Dion Dublin . The league referred to this incident. “We know that the fans Everton is very happy But you can’t do that – pushing the manager, pushing the players, yelling at the players . We know that only one or two will spoil the others. But having the fans on the pitch is not the best option. From entering the field It’s too dangerous.”

          The incident came just 24 hours after Sheffield United ‘s Billy Sharp was punched in the face by Nottingham Forest supporter Robert Biggs. this vanguard causing him to fall to the ground and bleed As a result. He had to sew the wound separately. The 30-year-old fan was later arrested and charged. A Nottingham court has sentenced Sharp to 24 weeks or six months in prison. A 10-year ban from football. It will also have to pay Sharp £500 in gifts and around £213 in other costs.