Manchester United manager, José Mourinho has taken a swipe at Manchester City, following their conduct after the FA Cup loss to Wigan.
Manchester City lost the chance to win the quadruple, after losing 1-0 to Wigan following the sending off of Delph.
There was a clash between the players after Delph was sent off, with Guardiola and Cook also sharing views after the interval.
At fulltime, the field was encroached by Wigan fans looking to celebrate with their players, one of such fans clashed with Aguero.
The Argentine was not charged, with Wigan and City charged for failing to control their players after Delph’s sending off.
And Mourinho has taken a swipe at City for their conduct after the loss.
“Of course, we would like to be better in the Premier League, but we are where we are,” Mourinho told BT Sport ahead of United’s Champions League match at Sevilla.
“In the Champions League we are alive. In the FA Cup we are alive.
“In the EFL Cup, after winning last season, we lost in the quarter-final but we lost like Manchester United likes to lose.
“I would say, as a Manchester United manager, that way of behaving as a big team, even in defeat we were a big team.”