'We don't want Ighalo in our team again'- People react as Chelsea defeats Manchester United
By Melanie | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 23559 views
It seems like the performance of Manchester United football players in the football match against Chelsea today at Wembley Stadium did not please their fans as a lot of them went to Twitter to show how disappointed they are in Manchester United players.
Chelsea are through to the FA Cup final after a superb performance against Man Utd at Wembley. They won the match with a score of 3-1, O. Giroud scored the first goal, M. Mount scored the second goal and H. Maguire scored the third goal for Chelsea. Some people also blamed David de gea for the loss of Chelsea.
A lady identified as Melaniebby on Twitter expressed her disappointment in Ighalo and she said "We don't want Ighalo in our team again, what is he even doing on the field"
See the reactions of other people below:
What is your opinion on this? Who is to blame for the loss of Manchester United in today's match?
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