- Sheffield United teammates Vinicius Souza and Jack Robinson clashed
- Souza shoved Robinson in the face during Premier League match against Wolves
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Sheffield United teammates Vini Souza and Jack Robinson clashed during their match against Wolves.
In unusual scenes, VAR checked a possible red card before no action was taken.
Souza pushed his teammate Robinson in the face, and the two had to be separated by their teammates and referee Darren Bond.
Robinson, 30, seemed unhappy with the lack of effort from Souza, who joined United last summer.
Sheffield United lost 1-0 after Pablo Sarabia’s goal in the 30th minute.
Sheffield United teammates Vinicius Souza (left) and Jack Robinson (right) clash during a match.
Referee Darren Bond spoke to Robinson and the VAR checked a possible red card against Souza.
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The incident will be a further source of frustration for Blades manager Chris Wilder.
Going into the game against Wolves, Sheffield United were bottom of the Premier League table, with relegation looking increasingly likely.
The Blades had won just one of their previous nine Premier League games and came into the game against Wolves after a 5-0 home defeat to Brighton.
Sheffield United defender Auston Trusty speaks to his teammate Robinson after the incident.