Man United has suffered a terrible first half defeat at Old Trafford after conceding two goals from Atlanta at half time. They hosted Atalanta, which is one of the best teams in the Italian league, at the Old Trafford. Old Trafford has been known to be one of the most iconic stadiums in the football history. Big names in the world of football like Cristiano Ronaldo have played for the club making it one of the best football clubs of the century.
Atalanta's first goal was scored by Pasalic in just under fifteen minutes and later they doubled their lead through Demiral who scored a stunning goal in the 28th minute of the first half. This therefore means that Ole Gunner's job as the club manager is at stake. He suffered a defeat over the weekend against Leicester City after having a few bad games earlier. Man United is currently 6th in the EPL table and are third in their UCL group stage.
Do you think Ole Gunner will be sacked if they fail to get a win today? Feel free to leave your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.
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