Manchester United Fans React To The Clubs Eighth Home Draw Of The Season
Posted by Jordan Clarke | Published on April 1, 2017
Manchester United failed to overcome Tony Pulis’ West Brom side at old Trafford today, making it 8 draws in their last 12 games at Old Trafford. United’s consistent draws have meant they’ve dropped 19 points at Old Trafford alone this season, seeing them drop 4 points from Champions League football, with local rivals Manchester City having a game in hand as they take on Arsenal tomorrow evening.
Despite winning a trophy in his first season at the club, it’s fair to say José Mourinho’s team are underachieving in the Premier League in the 2016/2018 campaign. Although Zlatan Ibrahimovic has made an excellent impact with his goals tally, United’s finishing has been nothing short of abysmal this season.
The draw left many Manchester United fans in meltdown, shunting the blame on the manager or whichever player that suited their agenda. It’s quite an interesting read. Here’s how Twitter reacted:
Man Utd had 18 shots against West Brom at Old Trafford.
They hit the target with just three of them.
16.6% shot accuracy. pic.twitter.com/gCEnweS8ZR
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) April 1, 2017
— Gaz Drinkwater (@Radio_Gaz) April 1, 2017
@ManUtd thank you for ruining my weekend again
— J (@Matamatically) April 1, 2017
@ManUtd we don't deserve Champions League.
— Reza TL (@rezaTL) April 1, 2017
@ManUtd Until we start managing to break down these types of teams we're not gonna get anywhere
— J.A.O (@JuanAnderOnly) April 1, 2017
@ManUtd Yet again…more fucking draws than ikea
— Josh Longden (@wwwaahh) April 1, 2017
Jose's spent £150m
7 points behind 4th, out of FA cup, won't win the PL or EL, wins a Mickey Mouse cup & some fans think we made progress
— Manchesterspeak (@Manchesterspeak) April 1, 2017
Imagine sacking LVG for this anti football manager, he's low key ruining our prospects and club from the inside. What a twat.
— Ashwin (@Martialesque_) April 1, 2017
@ManUtd FUCK YOU
— Aziz☁️ (@MagicalMartial) April 1, 2017
Predictable result and an eighth home draw for #mufc. Lacked innovation and maybe broke David Moyes' crossing record vs Fulham. Aimless.
— Samuel Luckhurst (@samuelluckhurst) April 1, 2017