Manchester United lost 2-0 to Burnley on Wednesday night as the demise of the club continued. Inevitably the defeat it was met by a barrage of hilarious, sarcastic and downright weird Tweets. Here of the best reactions to Manchester United losing.
One supporter couldn’t help but feel sorry for themselves after the defeat.
— Andile King Gwala (@andileking_) January 22, 2020
However, another was quick to point out that there’s always someone worse off than you.
— Fx (@aijukafelix) January 22, 2020
United’s squad depth was brought into question after they were forced to turn to a youngster for inspiration.
Manchester United need a goal. So they bring on youth prospect Jesse Lingard. Says it all. #MUNBUR
— Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) January 22, 2020
It wasn’t just Lingard who came under the microscope, Anthony Martial’s pre-match preperations were discussed.
— DICKean_Rewaju 🌛 (@Rewaju__) January 22, 2020
United lost by the same scoreline against Liverpool on Sunday and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was mocked after the game for claiming that it showed progress. They were words that would come back to haunt him.
— Chris Lawn (@cLawn92) January 22, 2020
This Twitter user had the same idea.
— Will 🅙 (@BluesWillll) January 22, 2020
As did this one.
— sean 🇨🇳 (@_Sean7_) January 22, 2020
It wasn’t just Solskjaer’s previous comments that were dug up again, one former player’s post match reaction resurfaced.
— moghees (@moghees) January 22, 2020
Ok, two former players’ post match reactions resurfaced.
— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) January 22, 2020
It wasn’t all doom and gloom for United though, who have managed to escape one bonus payment by the skin of their teeths.
Just a reminder that Manchester United agreed to fork out an additional £7.2million for Monaco if Martial won the Ballon d’Or by June 2019. #MUNBUR
— Owuraku Ampofo (@_owurakuampofo) January 22, 2020
And, finally, one Twitter user couldn’t focus on the events at old Trafford. They were still hung up on the events of the night before.
— NAIJA FIRST SON 🇳🇫 🧑 (@IamAnthonyBohz) January 22, 2020
Our resident football writer Ed Acteson reckons that Manchester United’s problem lie in their inability to escape the past. Read his full article by clicking here.