“This is criminal” – Supporters React After Antony Decision To Shoot When 3 of His Man United Teammates Were Unmarked


Antony, the Manchester United winger, faced severe criticism from fans for a costly mistake during his team’s 4-1 triumph over Real Betis in the Europa League on Thursday.

This match followed Liverpool’s 7-0 thrashing of Manchester United at Anfield.….CONTINUE READING

However, Ten Hag’s team made a remarkable comeback in the first-leg Europa League last-16 tie. The game saw England’s in-form player Marcus Rashford score an excellent goal in the sixth minute, giving Manchester United the lead at Old Trafford.

Later, Leicester City loanee Ayoze Perez scored for Betis just before halftime. Antony regained United’s advantage only seven minutes after the break.

Bruno Fernandes and Wout Weghorst, who received a spine-tingling reception from the Old Trafford faithful after he scored, grabbed United’s third and fourth respectively against Betis.

Ten Hag’s men have inched closer to a place in the Europa League quarter-finals, with the return leg of the last-16 tie to be played on 16th March in Spain.

The 23-year-old Brazilian winger was blasted for his error in judgement in the second half when United were 3-1 up against Betis.

Antony was played through and only had former Manchester City shot-stopper Claudio Bravo, but the ex-Ajax star also had three of his United teammates to support him.

The United star decided to shoot and missed the target when there was a clear-cut pass open to unmarked trio Rashford, Weghorst and Fred.

Below are few of the reactions by Manchester United fans on Twitter:

“This is criminal from Antony, yeah we led 3-1 but naaah,” one fan said.

Someone else tweeted: “I think I’d be angry about this for the whole of tomorrow. WTF.”

“His decision-making is his greatest enemy… Has the ability,” a third added.

Another wrote: “Why didn’t he square it?”

While one Twitter user posted: “Broo, I’m so mad he didn’t pass.”….CONTINUE READING

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