Tuesday’s footage of Alan Shearer, a former Newcastle United legend, appearing to remark Manchester United are “f*cked” live on TV sparked a buzz on social media. Alan Shearer, along with Ryan Giggs and Shay Given, served as a pundit on television as Manchester United lost 2-0 to their neighborhood rivals at Old Trafford.
Alan Shearer remarked, “At the minute, in terms of a football team, Manchester United are f*ck,” in his analysis of the match. Before realizing his mistake about three-quarters of the way through the term and apologizing, the video went viral for a second time after the weekend’s game. If United was “f*cked” back in April, they might be “real f*cked” now after their weekend loss to Newcastle, to seize a statement from Snatch.
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Manchester United’s string of terrible performance continues
On Saturday night, Erik ten Hag saw one of the worst Manchester United performances in recent history. After losing their first two games, the Red Devils were destroyed 4-0 against Brentford and are currently last in the Premier League. Josh Dasilva, Mathias Jensen, Ben Mee, and Bryan Mbeumo all found the back of the net within the first 35 minutes, accounting for all four goals that were scored in the first half.
After the break, United made a modest improvement and had an opportunity to cut the deficit through ex-Bee Christian Eriksen, but he was unable to overcome David Raya. The Red Devils only managed that because they lacked confidence and inspiration in the attacking zones.
However, they were dreadfully poor in the back, especially in the first half. Some people were surprised to see that Ten Hag’s centre defence partnership for their first two games was Lisandro Martinez and Harry Maguire; they had assumed Raphael Varane would be summoned back for the trip to Brentford. Given the size of the starting XI for the Bees and the presence of 6 “4 Scott McTominay also dropped, severely depleting United’s height on the field. Brentford had numerous opportunities to score from set pieces, but only managed to do so from one when a falling Mee managed to out-jump five players “Martinez nods the ball into the goal”.
But the Red Devils’ issues weren’t limited to their height; as a back-two, Martinez and Maguire were all over the place. Toney was able to exhaust both of them throughout the evening because they were too far apart and didn’t comprehend where the other was.
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