Regarding Aguero "touching" the female lineman, Neville said the Manchester City striker should apologize for this move.
In Manchester City's 1-0 victory over Arsenal, Aguero, who seemed dissatisfied with the penalty, touched the opponent's shoulder when communicating with the current female lineman Marcy. This move caused much controversy.
According to the rules, if a player has physical contact with a match official, the referee can warn or expel the player, but Aguero did not receive any penalty from the referee.
Neville said in an interview with the media: "No player, whether male or female, should put their hands on match officials. Aguero did make a mistake on Saturday night. I think that because he put his hands on For female officials, this situation is obviously worse. This is something he should not do."
According to previous media reports, Aguero did not plan to apologize for his actions, and Manchester City will not force him. But Neville still said: "I think he'd better apologize and turn things over, rather than try to argue that this might be an instinctive reaction.