Man United went down for their first match in the Carabao Cup where they hosted Westham United at the Old Trafford with more than 72,000 fams in attendance. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer once again bottled the trophy by fielding an uncompetitive squad comprised of outcasts and poor performing stars.
Manuel Lanzini open3d the scoring inside the first ten minutes of the Carabao clash with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer men unable to equalise the goal till half time break. He substituted on talisman Bruno Fernandes, youngsters Anthony Elanga and Mason Greenwood to try salvage a win but it wasn't possible.
The 1-0 loss has infuriated many of the United supporters and they have went ahead to blast stars who poorly performed. Anthony Martial and Juan Mata were the victims. Mata was accused of being too old to match United's tempo while Martial many believed that he is completely out of form.
One of the twitter fans by the name Paddy Koegy wrote, "Juan Mata playing as the 10 instead of Donny van de Beek is a disgrace." Here are some of the other comments blasting the stars who underperformed;
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