Mark Hughes disappointed by Arsene Wenger's behaviour
Hughes (left) and Wenger argued on the touchline at Eastlands
Manchester City boss Mark Hughes has accused Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger of "not knowing how to behave" after their Carling Cup quarter-final.
City beat a youthful Gunners side 3-0 at Eastlands and Wenger did not shake hands with Hughes at the final whistle.
"Maybe he's used to winning games and when he does lose sometimes he doesn't know how to behave," said Hughes.
But Wenger replied: "I think I have nothing to say. I am free to shake hands with whom I want after the game."
Carlos Tevez, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Vladimir Weiss scored the second-half goals against a youthful Arsenal side which saw City ease into the semi-finals - their first time in the last four of a domestic cup competition since 1981 - where they will play local rivals Manchester United.
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