The Premier League decided to allow fans back in the stadiums this season. Yesterday clash was no different as many fans flocked at Old Trafford to watch Manchester United take on WestHam for thr the Carabao Cup. One fan caught the attention of cameras. It was a young boy who was not at school. The young Manchester United lad was holding a poster saying that he decided to skip school in order to watch Cristiano Ronaldo play.
Ole Gunner let the young lad down as he decided to rest the 36 year old superstar. Not only did the kid not get a chance to see Cristiano Ronaldo play, he was also forced to see his team crash out of the Carabao Cup.
Manchester United had a very poor start of the game and went a goal down before 10 minutes of play. Manchester United pushed the game to it's limit in the final minutes but the damage had already been done. Manchester United were very lucky not to concede more goals in the second half. The kid went home very disappointed with Ole and Manchester United.
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