Gary Neville apologises for his comments during United’s win over Burnley on Tuesday

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Gary Neville has publicly apologised for the comments he made over the manner of officiating Manchester United suffered during their 1-0 win over Burnley on Tuesday.

United seemed to be on the receiving end of a well-orchestrated plot to stop them going above Liverpool, as many decisions seemed to go against them – including a disallowed Harry Maguire goal.

All of it must have taken a toll on Neville, who said some things he shouldn’t have uttered. But the pundit has now retracted his comments and apologized.

According to the former defender too many things were going on in his head during the encounter, and they got to him, to add to the excitement that came with the game.

In his own words, “Apologies for the commentary tonight! Stockley park all over the place, producer in my ear saying Salford have scored in the 92min and United gone top of the league! Delirious! I will be better Sunday.”

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