Brighton have once again emerged victorious at Old Trafford as they defeated Manchester United 3-1 in the Premier League on Saturday evening.
This loss, however, may be the worst of the lot, with Brighton comfortably breaking through United on several occasions and showing the world just how often The Reds can be torn apart.
It represents United’s third loss of the season in just five fixtures, with the club now sitting in 12th place, on six points, with a goal difference of -4.
To make matters worse, Brighton’s social media team decided to pile further misery on the Old Trafford club, explaining how much they enjoy playing at the stadium.
The post, in all honesty, is completely fair game. Twice under Ten Hag, Brighton have turned up to Old Trafford and completely played United off the park, winning with an aggregate score of 5-2 across the two games.
The last five meetings between the two sides have a collective score of 10-2 to the seagulls, with United’s only win coming via a penalty shootout in the FA Cup semi-final last season.
Manchester United will next travel to Germany to face Bayern Munich in the Champions League, with this loss no doubt only increasing the pressure to perform within the club.
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