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Man United fans display their anger online after 4-0 thrashing by Brighton



Manchester United’s slim hopes of securing Champions League football next season were ended after suffering a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Brighton..

Graham Potter’s side took the lead after just 15 minutes as Moises Caicedo struck a low long-range effort past David de Gea’s grasp.

Brighton came out strongly after the interval and struck three goals in before the hour mark thanks to Marc Cucurella, Pascal Gross and Leandro Trossard.

Fans took to social media to react, with former England striker Gary Lineker claiming the loss was United’s ‘worst performance of the season’.

Lineker Tweeted: ‘Good heavens! @OfficialBHAFC are playing some fabulous football. By contrast this might be @ManUtd’s worst performance of the season…and that’s quite an achievement.’

Arsenal fan Piers Morgan wrote: Manchester United are an embarrassing bunch of overpaid, work-shy prima donnas. Without Ronaldo they’d be relegated – he should get out of there fast and join Arsenal.

‘At least our players give it 100% every game. These United players don’t give 1% when the chips are down.’

United fans were left furious as some begged for the season to come to and end. One said: ‘Just end the fu***ng season.This is just humiliating.’

Another wrote: Can you imagine being paid well above the going rate for your profession, only to be so bad at it? I don’t get why they aren’t embarrassed. Why do they have no shame? Honestly, can’t imagine how they live their lives, knowing this is how they do their job most weeks’.

A third United fans blamed the owners for the loss to Brighton. ‘Yes blame the players but this is a direct result of the terrible and disgraceful ownership.

The Glazers wrote off the season in November and you are seeing the on-pitch consequences of that. A truly shameful way to run England’s biggest football club. Robbery in plain sight,’ he wrote.

The loss to Graham Potter’s side means this campaign is United’s worst in the Premier League era. They will seek to end it on a positive note when they travel to Crystal Palace on the final day of the season.

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