- Adekunle Gold has been subjected to online trolls after he was spotted at the Vicarage Road stadium during Man Uniteds 4-1 loss to Watford
- The popular Nigerian musician is a dedicated Man United fan and was high in spirit before the game
- But his mood change following Man United embarrassing loss as he warned his supporters to stop trolling him
Popular Nigerian musician Adekunle Kosoko popularly known as Adekunle Gold has been subjected to online trolls after he was spotted with a sad look at the Vicarage Road stadium.
The Man United fan was part of the spectators at the stadium to watch the Red Devils trade tackles with their host Watford in a Premier League fixture.
A check by Legit.ng on Adekunle Gold's Instagram story showed he was in a great mood going into the game, but that was soon going to change as Man United suffered an embarrassing 4-1 loss to Watford.
But one particular moment from the match has got Nigerians talking as Adekunle Gold was seen in the 91st minute wearing a sad look in the midst of the crowd at Vicarage Road stadium.
After the match ended, the picture went viral on social media as Nigerians started tagging him with several funny captions.
Below are some of their reactions
Saddam said: "@adekunlegold we are suffering at all fronts."
Alhaji said: "@adekunlegold you watched the game live from the stadium, why didn't you step in."
Omojuwa said: "At least @@akinalabi stays at Old Trafford to watch Man Utd get humiliated, my bro @adekunlegold chose to go high with @davido he went to Vicarage road to watch Watford chop Man United like Oha."
However, Adekunle Gold was having none of the trolls as he posted this: "Anybody wey @ me for that picture again, I fit break pesin head, I'm pissed."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the brink of sack
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Man United board has reportedly reached a decision to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following an emergency meeting in the wake of their 4-1 defeat against Watford on Saturday, November 20.
The Red Devils staged a disappointing performance at Vicarage Road on their return to action after the international break, with the Hornets dominating proceedings from the blow of the whistle.
The hosts downed United 2-0 at the break before Donny van de Beek who came on as a substitute pulling one back for Ole's men.
However, things went from bad to worse for United after skipper Harry Maguire was shown a red card to end hopes of the Manchester side springing a comeback.
Claudio Ranieri's charges went on to score two more goals to condemn United to a comprehensive defeat.
The result left the Old Trafford dwellers with five defeats in seven Premier League matches, forcing the club's hierarchy to hold crisis talks to determine the future of Solskjaer.