BREAKING NEWS: Manchester United target Michael Olise sends the red Devils back to hell after his team defeated Manchester United 4:0 at home to man utd in more misery. For the first time in history Crystal Palace have stored 3+ goals in a home game.


Michael Olise delivered an exceptional performance that propelled Crystal Palace to a resounding 4-0 victory against Manchester United, marking the club’s inaugural Premier League double over their esteemed adversaries and exacerbating Erik ten Hag’s troubles.

Olise exhibited his brilliance by scoring two goals, complemented by strikes from the in-form Jean-Philippe Mateta and Tyrick Mitchell, as Palace’s resurgence under manager Oliver Glasner continues to gain momentum.

Despite speculation linking him with a move to Old Trafford, Olise shone at Selhurst Park, notching nine goals in 12 league starts this season. His dazzling contributions in the 12th and 66th minutes encapsulated Palace’s dominance, securing their fourth win in five Premier League matches.

It was yet another dismal performance for Ten Hag’s team, with United’s aspirations for European qualification hanging by a thread. Hindered by injuries, the Red Devils have only clinched two victories in their last 10 Premier League outings, potentially facing their lowest-ever league finish.

Despite the return of several key players, including Evans, United struggled from the outset. Olise’s early breakthrough, eluding challenges from Christian Eriksen and Casemiro, established the tone for Palace’s dominance, leaving United’s defense in disarray.

Many United supporters are calling for a change in management at Old Trafford as Ten Hag fails to halt the team’s decline in his second season in charge.

United have only missed out on European competition once since the 1989-90 season, which occurred after finishing seventh in David Moyes’ solitary campaign a decade ago, leading to Moyes being sacked with four games remaining in the season.

United have never finished lower than seventh in the Premier League era but face the prospect of that possibility with title-chasing Arsenal set to visit Old Trafford on Sunday.

Ten Hag has frequently cited injury woes as a mitigating factor for his team’s struggles.

The Dutchman was compelled to patch together a makeshift defense, with Casemiro playing out of position at center-back alongside 36-year-old Jonny Evans.

Referee Jarred Gillett’s decision not to award Palace a penalty further frustrated the visitors, who struggled to contain Olise’s threat throughout the match. His sublime goal epitomized Palace’s superiority on the day and underscored United’s defensive frailties.

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