BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, manchester united ten hag left furious and ready to leave star player out of remaining games after star player constant terrible errors in game which cost the team against Chelsea. He said “he should have come off at half time. But i decided to leave even after talking to him and giving him instructions he couldnt flow. sorry but the reality is he was terrible and poor to watch, don’t care if it upsets he cost us our the win”. He should be sold”, “Was poor today” – man united ten hag unhappy with star’s performance in their 4:3 loss against Chelsea”.


Manchester United experienced a narrow 4-3 defeat against Chelsea in the Premier League clash, leaving fans incensed, particularly with full-back Diogo Dalot’s late-game mistake that allowed Chelsea to equalize. This loss has pushed the Red Devils down to sixth place in the league standings, with 48 points to their name. The game kicked off with English midfielder Conor Gallagher opening the scoring for Chelsea just four minutes in, swiftly followed by Cole Palmer’s successful penalty in the 19th minute.

However, Manchester United quickly responded, with Argentine winger Alejandro Garnacho finding the back of the net in the 34th minute, followed by captain Bruno Fernandes equalizing just five minutes later. The second half saw Garnacho adding another goal to his tally, giving United the lead in the 67th minute. Despite holding onto their lead until the 90th minute, Palmer managed to score another penalty (90+10′) and a goal just one minute later, sealing Chelsea’s victory.

The turning point came with a foul committed by Diogo Dalot, resulting in Chelsea’s second penalty. Although Dalot assisted in United’s second goal, fans were left bitterly disappointed with his overall performance and the outcome of the match, expressing their frustrations on social media platforms. One user lamented Dalot’s clumsiness inside the box, attributing the loss to his errors.

Looking ahead, Manchester United is set to face off against arch-rivals Liverpool on Sunday, April 7, at their home ground, Old Trafford. Liverpool currently leads the Premier League table with 70 points, having secured a satisfying 3-1 victory against Sheffield United in their recent fixture. The Reds boast an impressive record of four wins and one draw in their last five matches.

Recalling their previous encounter in the Northwest Derby on March 17, which also served as the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, Manchester United emerged victorious with a dramatic 4-3 win, with Amad Diallo scoring the decisive goal in the second half of extra time.

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