Yesterday, Manchester United failed to qualify for the next round of the Carabao cup after they lost to Westham in a win (for Westham) which looks like a revenge to what they (Manchester United) did to them last weekend at the EPL. They lost 1 nil to Westham at their own home ground.
Many players at least gave in their best but the new signee, Jadon Sancho, was the talk of the day. In fact, he was on the trend on twitter yesterday over his recent decline in performances since he joined the reds.
This picture below shows people's funny posts about him yesterday:
In fact, people have started comparing him with Manchester City's youngster Phil Foden saying the latter does extremely better than him given the current state he (Sancho) is in.
This link below to a short video clip of his performance in a match says it all:
Well, I agree with this but we should also see it from the point that it may be due to managerial problems. Maybe, it isn't totally his fault.
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