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Manchester United could face sanctions from European football's governing body after manager Sir Alex Ferguson failed to give any post-match media interviews following his side's Champions League defeat to Real Madrid last night.
UEFA said it had "opened disciplinary proceedings", citing regulations that require all clubs to offer "their manager and one player" for interview after the match.
A second charge against the Red Devils related to the red card given to winger Nani, UEFA said.
UEFA says it has opened disciplinary proceedings against Manchester United over Nani's red card and the non-fulfilment of post-match media obligations at last night's Champions League match with Real Madrid.
Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir caused controversy last night night when he sent off Manchester United winger Nani in the Champions League tie against Real Madrid.
Cakir has officiated games involving British teams before and history shows Nani is not the first player he has dismissed.
Former Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville said he'd never seen a crowd so "open mouthed and in shock" as after the sending off of Nani during last night's Champions League tie:
Jose Mourinho told ITV "the best team lost" and that his side "didn't deserve to win" after Real Madrid knocked Manchester United out of the Champions League.
Real Madrid have knocked Manchester United out of the Champions League after winning 2-1 at Old Trafford tonight.
The Spanish champions won 3-2 on aggregate after a first leg draw at the Bernabeu.
Two goals in as many minutes from Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo has given Real Madrid the lead against Manchester United in the Champions League.
The Spanish champions lead the tie 3-2 on aggregate.
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Mike Phelan admitted Sir Alex Ferguson was "not in a fit state" to question why Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir sent Nani off.