Manchester United succumbed to the pressure once again, and dropped more points at home for the fourth consecutive game in a row. Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands in the first-half, which summed up our whole afternoon as we couldn’t put the ball in the back of the net – yet again…
Jose decided to mix the team up and hand recalls to Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford, with the two star performers from midweek in Wayne Rooney and Henrikh Mkhitaryan dropping to the bench.
The match couldn’t have started any worse, with West Ham scoring within ninety seconds which immediately left Manchester United chasing the game. Paul Pogba played a delicious ball into Zlatan Ibrahimovic who duly nodded home, but the game ended 1-1.
Football is a results business, and although our fans tend to be quite patient at times, that luxury is something that is quickly dissolving for Mourinho and his players. Some fans took to social media to vent their frustrations as you can see below.
Check out some of the best tweets that we’ve compiled here:
Play well, miss chances, control possession, their keeper has the game of his life, repeat #mufc frustrating again
— Rich (@cabbs1989) November 27, 2016
We need one or two more quality strikers thats for sure… Yes rashford have talent but not enough right now. #MUFC
— Kenneth Martin (@KennethM1972) November 27, 2016
Zlatan needs to be dropped for the Everton game, won't happen but how he managed to not score in that open net is bewildering. #mufc
— – (@IconicUtd) November 27, 2016
Match we should have won. Match we could have lost. Desperately need a goal scorer #MUFC
— Vinnie Shaw (@HistoryShawV) November 27, 2016
— ARSH @¥üъ_MUFC ?? ? (@ArshAyubM) November 27, 2016
— Tapiwa.Matthew.Mutisi (@TMMutisi) November 27, 2016
At this point in time, any dreams of a title challenge look completely over, and if our form continues, any hopes of finishing in the top four could shortly be out of the door too. Jose has to sort it, and quickly.