Fans are all saying the same thing as Man Utd 4-0 down to Brentford at half-time in shocking display

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FANS are all saying the same thing after Man Utd ‘s DISASTROUS first half at Brentford.

Defensive woes from United‘s stars handed the Bees a FOUR goal lead at the break.

The home supporters were buzzing in West London as Thomas Frank’s team took a hefty lead.

Man Utd fans were resigned to another humiliating defeat at half time, saying that RELEGATION is on the cards.

One said: “Maybe relegation is what we need.”

Another added: “Might be too early to say Man Utd are in a relegation battle, but it’s hard to see who we can beat at this point…”

One laughed: “Ten Hag must be regretting signing for Man Utd omg these guys are relegation level team”

And another felt for Erik ten hag: “Rangnick was 100 per cent spot on about Man Utd needing an ‘open-heart surgery’ and maybe 10 new players.

“Just 3 new players at the start of this season after a disastrous last season is simply setting Ten Hag up to fail.”

Two David de Gea mistakes lead to a Brentford head start after the first quarter of an hour.

Cristiano Ronaldo thought he was fouled as he was sandwiched in between two Brentford players half way up the pitch but ref Stuart Attwell waved play on.

The hosts then swept past United’s midfield and Jay Dasilva hit a speculative shot from distance.

The Spanish goalkeeper let it remarkably slip through his hands and nestle into the bottom corner.

Then just minutes later, De Gea presented Christian Eriksen with a dangerous pass out from the back.

And the hosts scored a third through Ben Mee, who bundled in from a corner.

Bryan Mbeumo then finished off a sweeping Bees counter-attack to make it 4-0 within 35 minutes, which is how the game ended.

Mathias Jensen then stole the ball from Eriksen and dummied the Denmark international before slotting home.

First half mistakes have handed Thomas Frank’s team a hefty lead.

Gary Neville bemoaned his former side’s set-piece defending as Brentford scored a third through Ben Mee.

Gary Neville bemoaned his former side as they were torn apart in the sunshine.

He said: “It’s like a men’s team against the U9s.”

“They’d been bullied, mauled, and messed about with in this first half an hour.

“Brentford are absolutely rampant.”

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