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Brighton Mock Man United With Brutal Message on Social Media After Old Trafford Win
- Brighton were quick to take to social media to troll Man United after their win
- The Seagulls stunned Erik ten Hag's charges 3-1 at Old Trafford
- Danny Welbeck, Pascal Gross, and Joao Pedro were on target for the visitors
Brighton have brutally mocked Manchester United on social media following their convincing Premier League win at Old Trafford.
United, who were keen to return to winning ways, were stunned 3-1 at home to continue with their horrendous start to the new season.
The Red Devils went into the tie off a difficult run of form that had seen them lose two of their four opening matches, including a 3-1 humiliation at Arsenal before the international break.
However, Ten Hag's charges were unable to make a good account of themselves as they were humiliated by a similar scoreline by the visitors.
BBC reports that goals from Danny Welbeck, Pascal Gross, and Joao Pedro secured Brighton a comfortable win away from home.
Brighton troll Man United
According to The Mirror, Brighton's latest win was their fourth successive victory over United at Old Trafford.
The Seagulls are accustomed to winning at the Theatre of Dreams, as they are the only team to have beaten United at the stadium in the last 33 games played at the facility.
Given this impressive milestone, Brighton could not resist the urge to mock United on social media.
The Seagulls shared a cheeky message on X, formerly, Twitter, with the caption:
"Back to back @PremierLeague wins here. We just love playing at Old Trafford. 🥰👏"
The post garnered significant traction, with rival United fans sharing it widely.
Man United fans boo Ten Hag
Sports Brief also reported the discontent among Manchester United fans directed towards Erik Ten Hag.
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This unrest stemmed from the manager's choice to substitute Rasmus Hojlund during the second half while the team was seeking a comeback against Brighton and Hove Albion.
The decision to replace Hojlund was met with audible disapproval from the Old Trafford crowd, with boos resonating throughout the stadium in response to the manager's call.