Wenger attacks Moyes following Fabregas allegations
- "I believe it is wrong for Moyes to come out with what he pretends to have heard in the tunnel." - Wenger
- Fabregas accused by Everton boss
The Toffees boss claimed the Spain international deserved a red card for his 'disgusting' comments in the tunnel at half-time of the clash between the two teams at Emirates Stadium on Tuesday evening.
The Gunners, who went on to win 2-1, were infuriated that Everton's opening goal was allowed to stand by referee Lee Mason's and assistant Stephen Child even though Louis Saha appeared to be clearly in an offside position.
Wenger has again insisted that his captain did not speak directly to Mason and believes that the Football Association's decision not to bring any charges vindicates the midfield star.
But the French tactician feels that Moyes has broken an unwritten rule of the game by making reference to incidents which took place away from the glare of the cameras, which he claims are commonplace in football.
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