Brentford 4-0 Man Utd LIVE RESULT: Cristiano Ronaldo REFUSES to applaud United fans as Rabiot ‘agreement reached’

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MANCHESTER UNITED were humiliated in West London on Saturday evening despite recalling Cristiano Ronaldo to their 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 after losing possession.

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 the ball past De Gea to finish off a brilliant counter-attack.

In the aftermath of the match, Steve McClaren was seen asking Ronaldo to applaud the Man Utd fans but the Portugal captain instead shrugged him off and angrily stormed down the tunnel.

However, the cavalry could be on its way for the Red Devils as the club have reportedly agreed a deal for Adrien Rabiot of Juventus with his mother and agent.

  • We’re whoring ourselves out for De JongRio Ferdinand can’t believe that Manchester United are still pursuing Frenkie de Jong, after the player snubbed the club for the last three months.The Old Trafford legend said: “With all due respect, he’s a great player.”But we’re almost whoring ourselves out for this player for three months of the transfer window with our cap in hand begging, ‘Please come to us’”They’ve walked around behind [De Jong] begging him, ‘Please turn round and notice us,’ and he’s looking around and saying, ‘Not for me.'”And we’re still there, ‘Please give us one chance.’ How are we putting ourselves in that position? How are we allowing ourselves to be put in a position like that?”Do you think Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola or Six Alex Ferguson or Jose Mourinho would be following around a player like this? They wouldn’t be doing that.”
  • TODAY, 10:27 United’s nightmare numbersErik ten Hag is the first manager to lose his first two games in charge of Man Utd in 101 years since John Chapman in Nov 1921. 101United ended a day at the bottom of the Prem table for the first time in 30 years (since Aug 21, 1992). 30Brentford are only the third side to score four goals v Man Utd in the first half of a Prem game after Spurs in Oct 2020 and Liverpool in Oct 2021. 3Brentford secured their biggest top-flight victory since beating Grimsby 6-1 in April 1938. 6-1United have lost four consecutive league matches for the first time since Feb 1979. 4
  • TODAY, 09:15 United had £350m in cash… now it’s £40mGary Neville has raged at how Manchester United’s cash pile has dwindled, with the Glazer family taking millions out of the club.He said on Sky Sports after the game: “They’ve still not dealt with the football operation, they’ve still not dealt with the recruitment department, they’ve still not dealt with the stadium which is rusting.”Manchester United needs a billion pounds in this next two or three years to either re-build or renovate that stadium.”They probably need another £500m to £600m spending on the training ground, another infrastructure project and football investment.”They’ve only got £40m-£50m in the bank.”They were cash rich three years ago, they had £350m in the bank. They’ve no longer got that money in the bank.”Something is going to have to give soon. Very soon.”
  • TODAY, 07:46 United are green bottle jobsErik ten Hag blasted his “rubbish” players for throwing his plan “in the bin” as they were humiliated by Brentford, writes DAN KING.David de Gea served up two howlers in a four-goal first-half demolition that sent Manchester United bottom of the Prem for the first time in 30 YEARS.Harry Maguire and Co looked stunned as they debuted the club’s new garish green away kit.And Spanish keeper De Gea held his hands up over a “horrible day” as club legend Gary Neville hammered Ten Hag’s flops for wobbling “like jelly”.Dutchman Ten Hag, the first United boss to lose his first two games for 101 years, made a triple substitution at the break.And he fumed: “I changed three — but I could have changed them all.”It’s rubbish. One mistake can happen but the second and third is not acceptable.”You have a good plan but then have to put it in the bin.”It’s not possible that the opponent is more hungry than you are. The team has to take responsibility. I feel really sorry for the fans. We let them down.”

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