Angry Manchester United fans have stormed Old Trafford protesting against the club's ownership ahead of the much anticipated game against the all time rivals Liverpool.
The furious fans were protesting against the bad leadership and management of the club by the Glazers who are the core owners of the great club.
The theatre of dreams is expected to host a game tonight but it seems impossible due to the large number of protesters who managed to enter the pitch.
Without taking note of the Covid 19 protocols, the protesters even went ahead to stop the players from warming up on the pitch instilling fear on the players and the manager.
Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar pleaded with the protesters to make a peaceful demonstration but the angry masses couldn't hold down their anger.
According to Sky Sports reporters, a section of the protesters went ahead to remove the cameras that had been placed around the pitch with some even throwing beer cans at the camera crew who were also on the pitch awaiting to capture the football moments of the two rival clubs.
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