Brentford 4-0 Man Utd LIVE RESULT: Cristiano Ronaldo rages as Bees hammer shambolic United – Premier League reaction


MANCHESTER UNITED have been humiliated in West London despite recalling Cristiano Ronaldo to the starting line-up.

David de Gea let Josh DaSilva’s shot slip straight through his hands to get the Bees off the mark early on as Ronaldo appealed in vain for a foul.

Christian Eriksen then lost the ball against his former club to give Mathias Jensen a simple tap in.

And Brentford would go on to net a third as Ben Mee outjumped Lisandro Martinez to head in from close range and a fourth as Bryan Mbeumo slid past De Gea to finish off a brilliant counter-attack.

  • TODAY, 19:50Damning interview from De Gea – David de Gea has spoken to Sky Sports at his own request, taking responsibility for the defeat. “It was a horrible day. “I want to take responsibility, I cost the team 3 points.”We should have reacted better, but it’s tough every time we concede a goal.” Maybe I have to read the game better. “We are not like other teams. They concede a goal, they win 5-1, 6-1.
  • TODAY, 19:44Toney: “We knew the high press would affect them “Speaking to Sky Sports, Ivan Toney was full of praise for his Brentford side: “I think the hard work and togetherness we have showed, and we thoroughly deserved the three points today. “Second season syndrome? I’ve never heard of it. “We knew the high press would affect them. We know they’ve got players who can change the game but when you work hard you can walk all over them.”
  • TODAY, 19:40Ronaldo fuming Cristiano Ronaldo was obviously on camera after every goal they conceded today, and he was far from happy with what he was seeing from his teammates. With all the rumours regarding his future for this season, you can imagine he’ll be one of the unhappier people at the club this evening.
  • TODAY, 19:37Naïve selection from Ten Hag. Erik ten Hag picked a side to control possession today, however things backfired worse than he could ever have believed. The Brentford side completely bullied their counterparts from set pieces, with Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbuemo in particular having dominant displays. After questions surrounding his selection last week, it seems the same will happen again for Ten Hag this time around.

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