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Ashley Young walks out of live TNT Sports interview after Joleon Lescott quip following Everton’s defeat to Man Utd

ASHLEY YOUNG left the TNT Sports team hanging after walking out of an interview following a quip from Joleon Lescott.

The defender featured off the bench at Old Trafford as his Everton side lost to former team Manchester United.

Ashley Young said hello to some familiar faces after the match

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Ashley Young said hello to some familiar faces after the match
But he seemed to take exception to something Joleon Lescott

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But he seemed to take exception to something Joleon Lescott
Young quickly took after after hitting back at the pundit

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Young quickly took after after hitting back at the pundit

Young left the Red Devils in 2022 but he is still going strong almost four years later at the age of 38.

TNT Sports pundit Rio Ferdinand questioned the veteran on his longevity and asked how he was able to keep going.

Lescott quickly interjected and claimed it was because of all the running Young does after games.

The former England international had just completed his warm down after the game, hence Lescott’s comment, but Young dismissed his suggestion.

He hit back saying: “Running after games? No it’s not that.”

Young then strutted off before either pundit, and Wayne Rooney, could ask another question.

The three pundits all chuckled to themselves as Young appeared to head down the dressing room.

Prior to kick-off the full-back said hello to each of the three pundits and embraced them with a hug.

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Rooney also bumped into another former team-mate, Seamus Coleman, who at first did not recognise the United legend.

A shocked Coleman leant back with a beaming smile and exclaimed: “Wazza what’s happening, you alright?”

The pair then enjoyed a warm embrace – with Rooney confirming that he was “good, good” – before Coleman headed off.

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