Commenting on Twitter post showing a video of the alleged incident, he wrote: "Not even this idiot can ruin tonight's feeling, shameful behaviour, it may be the derby but there is never ever a reason to be racist!" "It may be the derby but there is never ever a reason to be racist!"
United midfielder Fred also appeared to be struck by an object thrown from the crowd as he went to take a corner in the 68th minute, while lighters and a plastic water bottle could also be seen on the pitch. "It happened here, it happened in Ukraine with some friends". We can't give them any attention because that's all they want.
Solskjaer also dismissed the views of former bosses David Moyes and Jose Mourinho that City's spending power meant United would always struggle to match them.
"We are all the same regardless of skin color, hair and gender. I saw it only in the locker room afterwards". We'll enjoy this victory and I think it will help us going forward.
In a spellbinding opening 30 minutes of crisp counter-attacking football, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side pulled the Premier League champions in all sorts of directions, with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial giving the visitors a deserved 2-0 lead.
"Dan James has, obviously he has performed pretty well, but I'm sure Ole signed him for the future rather than right now, but due to his performances he has been forced to keep putting him in", Bent told Football Insider. Not live, anyway. We have to stamp it out. He should not be allowed back into a ground.
Television images circulating on social media showed a Manchester City fan making a gesture in front of United's Fred during the Premier League game. "The club operates a zero tolerance policy regarding discrimination of any kind and anyone found guilty of racial abuse will be banned from the club for life".
Earlier Saturday, a fourth-tier game in England was temporarily stopped by the referee for racism.