Tottenham winger Son Heung-Min endured horrific abuses online after being involved in a controversial moment with McTominay.
Those the club has banned include 3 season-ticket holders and 2 official members of the club.
The Red Devils have handed out bans to six fans after finding them guilty of racially abusing Son Heung-Min during the 3-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur.
As the outcome, 3 season ticket holders have been handed a suspension by the club, as have 2 official members and one person on the waiting list for a season ticket.
The Tottenham forward endured a lot of shocking abuse after being involved in a controversial moment in the game after going down softly to Scott McTominay‘s frailing hand and forcing Edinson Cavani’s goal in the first half to be ruled out.
Although Edinson did later score in the game to power Manchester United’s come-back 3-1 win, it didn’t stop some fans from dishing out awful racial abuse on Son. And now, they have been punished for it!