“Go to uni, get a degree and work in finance!” – Manchester United forward gets brutally trolled for his ‘terrible’ performance in 1-0 Leicester City win
Manchester United are presently sitting in fifth spot after a 1-0 win against Leicester City on Thursday (September 1) yet the Old Trafford allies are not content with Anthony Elanga. The Red Devils’ third successive success takes them above Liverpool in the league table yet Elanga has not gotten away from analysis.
The winger battled to have an effect in the hour he spent on the field, with his shoddy presentation doing practically nothing to pacify the eager United steadfast. He quite gave the rival side a free kick inside his half, and preceding that, from the get-go in the game, he mishit the ball gravely with an unfortunate shot at goal.
Generally speaking, Elanga’s exhibition was for the most part forgettable, and Manchester United fans have taken to Twitter to hammer him. Some prominent that former Ajax winger Antony would replace him. Here is a choice of their tweets:
Manchester United made it three successes on the jog following their triumph over Leicester to scatter any recollections of their troubling opening two games this season. For the Foxes, their unfortunate beginning to the mission proceeds, with Brendan Rodgers’ side incapable to keep away from rout right now.
- Comparison of Manchester City’s wage bill with Manchester United and Liverpool FC supports Pep Guardiola’s argument.
- Cody Gakpo desires a Liverpool ‘accident’ and addresses a position shift in play following his transfer.
- Klopp describes Arthur in two words at Liverpool training right now.
- “Oleksandr Zinchenko Loses Temper and shoves Away Former Manchester City Teammates”
- Why “Pep Guardiola Surprised by Mikel Arteta’s Impact in Manchester City’s FA Cup Win Against Arsenal”
The game was an equivalent challenge generally, even though Leicester delighted in somewhat preferred belonging over the home side. Joined were, notwithstanding, somewhat more clinical with their possibilities and properly dominated the game through a lone goal.
They started to lead the pack from the get-go in the primary half, with England partners Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford connecting up for the opener in the 23rd moment. Rashford played a through-ball to Sancho, who adjusted Leicester goalkeeper Danny Ward and scored.
Regardless of the two groups forming perilous circumstances on the pitch, the principal half finished 1-0, with Sancho’s strike the distinction. The different sides combat it out in the last part, in any case, yet couldn’t change over any of the possibilities they made.
Ten Hag’s Red Devils have gotten one more win with a spotless sheet for sure, taking them up to fifth in the table. Leicester, notwithstanding, presently sit lower part of the table with a single point and will currently expect to turn their season around before the alerts truly begin ringing.