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Brighton Payback Manchester United

Brighton paid Manchester United ‘in kind’ for Erikson, by thrashing the Red Devils 4 – 0 in a no-contest match thta probably sealed  Cristiano Ronaldo’s decision to move away from Manchester.

Ronaldo wants a move to Club that is currently competing in the prestigious Champions League. The Spaniard’s attitude to absence during the pre-season nearly spilled the beans, but everyone already knows he does not want to stay.

“Ransacked, Robbed and Held Hostage”

Manchester United were no match for Brentford as The Red Devils were ransacked 4-0 by Brentford.

All 4 Goals came inside the first 35 minutes at the Gtech Community Stadium as Erik ten Hag’s fairyland dream job showed too many indications of quickly descending into an daylight nightmare.

Cristiano Ronaldo returned to the starting XI, the only change in personnel from Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Brighton. A stumbling error from David de Gea saw Josh Dasilva’s 10th-minute shot squirm into the bottom right corner of the goalie.

Eric Ten Hag must overhaul the United starting 11 or have his Career Success overhauled by the English Premier League.

Brentford were rampant from that point on, taking advantage of United’s frailties which were brutally exposed time and again throughout the game. Further goals from Mathias Jensen, Ben Mee and Bryan Mbeumo left United bottom of the embryonic Premier League table, at just 35 minutes.

United face bitter rivals Liverpool on Match Day 3.

Liverpool are struggling to kickoff the season as well, but they would always have energy reserved for the likes of Manchester United. Afterall, what is English Football without the Drama of Rivalry.

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