Sir Alex Ferguson was said to be "shocked" at Arsene Wenger's claim to have seen a supposed rules infraction committed by Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira in which Vieira was given his marching orders by ref Steve Bennett. "I'm shocked really," the fiery Scot claimed during his post match interview with MUTV.com "Did Wenger really claim he saw the incident in which Vieira was sent off for?" Upon hearing that the incredible claim was only for the Frenchman to hurl claims of "cheat" at Dutch striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Ferguson soon deduced the reason for the the Arsenal manager's sudden gift of eyesight, "I'm disappointed in Ms. Wenger, after years of not seeing any problems with his side's 'unique' disciplinary record, that he would pick this moment in time to suddenly start commenting on diving and cheating. Maybe since Jeffers has been on loan, he's not seeing it at practice every day." mused the United gaffer. When reminded of last week's Sky's DOTW (Dive of the Week) by Arsenal winger Pires, Ferguson was left speachless for the first time in his career. A United spokesman later confirmed that Ferguson had swallowed his whisky flavored gum at the reminder.