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VIDEO: West Ham defender grabs Sergio Aguero’s testicles to prevent him scoring

West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna grabs Sergio Aguero’s testicles to prevent him scoring in last night’s match which saw Man City win 2-0.

City were denied a penalty after the Hammers player ‘obstructed’ the Argentine, a decision that Sky Sports duo Jamie Redknapp and Micah Richards said was the wrong call.

Aguero was in penalty area facing West Ham’s keeper and about to take a shot, but he was being pulled back by Ogbonna, but strangely decided to hold his nuts.

Somehow, VAR failed to pick up on the whole thing despite the replay clearly showing what was a very bizarre foul.

Richards said: “When we looked at it, it looked like it was offside but as you see there it looks like he’s actually on-side.

“They should have checked it, that’s a problem, we’ve talked about VAR and the consistency. I think if that’s outside the box they give a foul there.”

Redknapp felt strongly about the incident, saying: “For me that is a foul and it could have been a red card. That’s sometimes where VAR is certainly the grey area that fans find difficult and there’s so much pressure on referees and linesmen to make the right decisions.

“It’s not always easy because they’re in a pressurised situation, VAR have got 10 seconds to look at it as well and we want to keep the game flowing. So I can see why they’ve got it wrong but for me that is a penalty.”

Man City took home all three points after Rodri opened the scoring on 30 minutes before Kevin de Bruyne, who made one goal, scored the second halfway into the second half.

Guardiola’s side are now four points clear of Leicester who sit third in the Premier League table, but leaves them a distant second to leaders Liverpool, who are 22 points clear with 12 games remaining.

West Ham are now a point behind Aston Vila who sit outside the relegation zone.

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