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Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljungberg has spoken of his anger after being head-butted by Manchester United defender Mikel Silvestre.
The Frenchman saw red after tangling with Ljungberg in the 67th minute, following an altercation with Dennis Bergkamp.
Silvestre's actions gave Arsenal's talented Swede a bloody nose and the player has now countered that there is no room in football for such behaviour.
Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre insists there was nothing premeditated about his head-butt on Freddie Ljungberg during Tuesday's stormy Premiership showdown at Highbury.
The Frenchman was sent off in United's 4-2 victory at Arsenal and saw Jose Mourinho's Chelsea extend their advantage at the top of the Premiership table 23 hours later to 11 points.
"It's my first red card, it's just happened like this," he claimed. "There is nothing behind this.