Brighton and hove albion hosted Manchester United in today's premier league fixture, but things didn't go their way as Manchester United grabbed an away victory and three points.
Though Brighton had a better performance today as they opened the scoring from the penalty spot where Maupay converted the penalty to give Brighton the lead in the first half. Manchester United were lucky to have an equalizer after Lewis Dunk scored an own goal that costed his team.
Manchester United strived harder in the second half, where we saw Marcus Rashford score a sensational goal after Bruno Fernandes made an assist, Brighton thought it was over after S.March scored a 90 minute equalizer, but VAR awarded Manchester United a penalty and Bruno Fernandes converts.
A post from Manchester United official twitter handle can be seen below:
A lot of angry fans have reacted to this tweet, following the plot performance of Manchester United's defense.
Comments can be seen below:
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