After a 3-3 draw against Everton tonight Manchester United fans are not happy with Ole Gunnar Solskjear and his boys tonight.
Manchester United fans are very happy at half-time when the game is "(2-0)" thanks to the lovely header from Edinson Cavani and the long range effort from Portuguese magnifico Bruno Fernandes.
Solskjear's men put on an outstanding performance at half-time, but the game was leveled by Calvert Lewin. Just four minutes added before the English forward makes it 3-3.
This is football anything can happen, Manchester United fans was so happy at Half-Time when the a is 2-0. The Red Devils are not lucky tonight. It was a big blow for solskjear as french Midfielder Paul Pogba was forced to come off in the first half.
See Reactions from Manchester United fans at half-time when the game, it 2-0.
Things didn't go the right way for the Manchester United fans tonight as their happiness turns to sadness.
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