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A clearly overjoyed Sir Alex Ferguson suggested Patrick Vieira had been to blame for a scuffle in the tunnel before Manchester United's 4-2 win against Arsenal.
United came from behind to pick up a famous victory, but Ferguson felt that there was some play-acting from The Gunners after Vieira had 'threatened' United players before kick off.
"It's not easy," Ferguson told Sky Sports 1. "There was a bit of play acting and I think we stood up to it well.
The Football Association have confirmed referee Graham Poll is satisfied that no action needs to be taken for the tunnel bust-up prior to Manchester United's 4-2 win at Arsenal.
Poll spoke to Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira as the rival captains clashed ahead of the kick-off to Tuesday's six-goal thriller.
Keane later claimed Vieira had tried to intimidate Gary Neville and he was urging the Frenchman to try picking on him instead.