Callum McManaman celebrated in front of former manager Tony Pulis after scoring a late equaliser for Sunderland against Middlesbrough.
Sunderland’s Callum McManaman made his feelings known towards Tony Pulis as he goaded his former boss after scoring a late equaliser against Middlesbrough at the Stadium of Light.
With the Black Cats 3-2 down deep into stoppage time, the winger struck his first goal in three-and-a-half years to earn his side a point and proceeded to run to the dugouts to confront Pulis with a cupped ear.
Signed by West Brom for £4.75m in January 2015, McManaman was exiled at the Hawthorns and restricted to just 25 appearances in two seasons with the Baggies, before being offloaded to relegated Sunderland last summer on a free transfer.
In a recent interview with the Daily Mail, the 26-year-old revealed that he signed for West Brom ‘under the wrong manager’ and counts Pulis as the reason for his lack of development over the past few seasons.
Pulis said: “He was disappointed when he was at West Brom I never picked him.
“He went to Sheffield Wednesday and they didn’t pick him and he is here and they don’t pick him! I understand the boy is very frustrated.”
Click on the video above to see Callum McManaman celebrate in front of Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis.