Following the altercation with Steve Bruce in Tuesday night’s game between Hull City and Sunderland, Sky Sports have reported that Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has no regrets.
The managers had a coming together following referee Mike Dean’s to show a yellow card to Sunderland midfielder Jack Rodwell for diving in the 35th minute. Poyet kicked a water bottle in frustration at the decision and was subsequently sent to the stands.
Sunderland’s Jack Rodwell scored a second-half equaliser to earn the Black Cats a point away to Hull City on Tuesday night, which also saw manager Gus Poyet sent off following an altercation with Hull boss Steve Bruce, reports BBC Sport.
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