Paul Pogba applauded his way off the pitch of the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, but not for the reasons he would have wanted to.
The Frenchman was shown a red card in Manchester United's thrilling 3-1 victory over Arsenal, which will see him miss next weekend's crucial derby against Manchester City.
His stamp on Hector Bellerin saw him dismissed with little more than 15 minutes left to play as Jose Mourinho's side led 3-1 in North London.
Paul Pogba (left) will miss next Sunday's Manchester derby after being sent off against Arsenal
Goals from Antonio Valencia and Jesse Lingard, two of which were assisted by Pogba, set United on their way, with the latter looking to have put the result beyond all doubt after his second cancelled out Alexandre Lacazette's strike early in the second half.
'I don't know,' Mourinho said in response to the decision. But while the United boss offered little opinion, Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand claimed it was an unnecessary move by the midfielder.
'I think he got emotional, he lost his head,' Lampard said on BT Sport. 'There was no need to make that tackle at that point in the game.'
Pogba's stamp on Hector Bellerin saw him dismissed with little over