Enzo Fernandez Called Mount ‘Coward’ In Heated BATTLE [WATCH VIDEO]

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Enzo Fernandez and Mason Mount had a heated rivalry of their own after the Manchester United and Chelsea game, MySportDab reports.

The players were at a moment which was already building up when the England International came into the pitch as a substitute.

Enzo Fernandez and Mason Mount were involved at each other during and after the game which rumors claimed some words were said.

Both players seems to have something that wasn’t cool between them as they looked to be so much tension which was witnessed yesterday.

The game between Chelsea Vs Manchester United was historical seeing what many would have tagged another blow for Mauricio Pochettino turned into good news.

The Blues who threw away a 2-0 lead were able to comeback and secure all three points from a 4-3 victory thanks to Cole Palmer who made it all happen.

The game was overshadowed by what went down during and after the end which the notable one was between Enzo Fernandez and Mason Mount.

The Chelsea midfielder was first in a heated clash with Casemiro which for many was normal due to how it has always been between Argentina and Brazil.

However the clash with Mason Mount was the talking point as during the game there was a moment which the England International kicked the ball away.

His action led to some reaction from Enzo Fernandez who took it upon himself as both players had a go between themselves.

The rivalry carried on after the end which saw some words being said which rumors are claiming the Chelsea man called Mount a ‘coward’ and other names.

Enzo Fernandez and Mason Mount did played together for Chelsea but their clash yesterday made it all seem like there was something between both players which is unresolved.

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