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EPL Sleeping Giants Manchester United spanked 4-0 by Brighton.

Another embarrassing result leaves Manchester United praying for this English Premier League season to end. A 4-0 loss to Brighton was embarrassing and deserved following a Shambolic performance.


It’s now five straight away losses for Manchester United in the English Premier League after a 4-0 thrashing by Brighton on Saturday. The Red devil’s will also have their lowest points total in their premier league history.

Champoins league hopes officially over. Worst defensive record in thier premier league history (56goals). What is left for Manchester United is a game at Crystal Palace in two weeks time. Their woeful season will make this a fifth straight season without a trophy for the ‘ Sleeping Giants ‘ of English football.


Moises Caicedo , Marc Cucurella , Pascal Gross and Leandro Trossard were on the scoresheet . The potter’s were cruising 4-0 by the hour mark at the Amex stadium.


Manchester United Manager Ralf Ragnick summed the performance as ” Terrible ” in his post match interview.


He said “It was a terrible performance. From the first until the last minute it was not enough; we can only apologise for this performance and a humiliating defeat. Monday’s win over Brentford was a different game, we just gave too much time and space. We were never in a position where we could stop them playing through our lines, We told the players be as compact as they could but we couldn’t stop it.

“I don’t think they ignored the gameplan but we weren’t able to stop them. We gave them too much space and if you do that against a technically good team like Brighton, you will get punished.”


On his part Brighton Manager Lewis Dunk was happy with the win and tagged the day ‘ special ‘


Dunk said “It is a special day. they are a top side and we’ve let our home fans down this season, so it was a nice moment. Away from home, our form has been excellent, home form not so good. It has held us back in the league. They’ve had to watch some not so good performances but you can hear they enjoyed that one.


“We waited for it to come together; there were a few moments when I was still shouting. I’m happy, but never too happy. We’ll have a nice evening.”


Incoming United Manager Erik Ten Hag Will once again be reminded of the huge task he has to restore the battered reputation of English football’s sleeping giants Manchester United

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