Tyrone Mings and Anwar El Ghazi shook hands after bust-up, claims Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish

Tyrone Mings and Anwar El Ghazi shook hands after bust-up, claims Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish

Anwar El Ghazi aimed a headbutt at Tyrone Mings throughout Aston Villa’s draw with West Ham (Picture: Getty)

Jack Grealish has insisted that Tyrone Mings and Anwar El Ghazi’s bust-up throughout Aston Villa’s goalless draw with West Ham was ‘put to bed’ as they shook hands within the dressing room at half-time.

Villa’s John McGinn had one of the best probabilities in Monday night time’s Premier League conflict, however Lukasz Fabianski denied the midfielder on two events and the factors have been shared.

Though West Ham full-back Arthur Masuaku was despatched off for a second bookable offence within the 67th minute, it wasn’t the most important speaking level of the sport.

El Ghazi, responsible of defensive lapses within the first half, responded to a telling off from Mings by throwing his head within the course of his team-mate’s face as tensions spilled over at Villa Park.

Referee Mike Dean consulted with VAR however determined neither participant deserved punishment and Grealish performed down the incident after the ultimate whistle.

‘As soon as we got in at half-time, it was put to bed and they shook hands,’ the Villa captain informed Sky Sports.

‘We said that can’t be occurring on the pitch and stated as quickly as we left the dressing room, everybody needed to be collectively.

‘I did say to the ref ‘what are you even checking for?’ however he stated he needed to. Emotions have been working excessive however it was nothing and it was squashed within the altering room.’

Grealish performed down the altercation (Picture: Getty)

Dean Smith praised the ‘togetherness’ in Villa’s dressing room after Mings and El Ghazi put their variations apart on the break.

‘That is the group of players I have got,’ the Villa supervisor stated.

‘There is a good togetherness within the dressing room, with an awesome crew spirit. It went over the sting of what we wish.

‘But the gamers handled it swiftly and I’m glad for them to do this. We are enjoying a crew sport. It is aggressive and there shall be heat-of-the-moment issues that occur.

‘I expect players to take responsibility. There is a limit you can’t step over. We’ve acquired a extremely good management group and they kind that out themselves.

Smith added: ‘I have stopped trying to work out what the officials’ choices shall be.

‘Anwar has somewhat little bit of purple mist in him, like footballers. It is a kind of issues.

‘I didn’t consider taking him off. That is the top of it. It received’t get introduced up once more.’

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