Football fans across the world especially those supporting Manchester United have gone much bitter at the club's team manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
This is just within the first half of the match when the word sacked has got to appear at the top of the list of the most trending topic on Twitter in Kenya.
And getting into the trending tweet, fans have shown their anger at the former club's legend, calling him to immediately down his tools and let another manager take over from him.
This is after his top competitor Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool shows his side heavy dust within the first half of the match by clobbering Manchester United four goals to nill. Something which has triggered the anger of United's loyal and diehard fans.
Other fans have even got somehow confused and excited with the trending topic of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer getting sacked, thinking that the club's management has already reached that conclusion as it was done to his predecessor José Mourinho whose match against Liverpool determined his final fate at Old Trafford.
Now it is being thought that the same is more likely going to happen to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after this match.
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