Man United suffer 4-0 thrashing at Brentford

In good news, Manchester United slipped to the bottom of the opening Premier League standings after a 4-0 loss to Cristiano Ronaldo at Brentford on Saturday, the first start of the 2022-23 season with United’s troubled afternoon on Saturday in fashion with David de Gea Hui.

Former Brentford player Christian Eriksson, who was booed by home fans in the first match, was captured by De Gea and midfielder Dummy and Matthias Jensen to slot the player at home after a poor pass by United.

At the half-hour mark, Brentford saw his third, more poor defense, when Ivan Toni led a corner across the goal and Ben Mee took a close lead for Lisandro Martínez.

Thomas Frank’s team continued to attack and scored their fourth goal five minutes later; A perfectly executed counter-attack saw Ivan Toni slip the ball through Brian Mbumo, who shook off a challenge and fired De Gea.

De Gea said that I should have saved the first shot and then the result could have been different. The other teams scored a goal and won 5–1.

Ten Haag’s team managed to stop the flow of goals in the second half but failed to convert their chances, which would have restored some pride when United scored four goals in their Premier League history from home in the first half.

This demolition was Brentford’s first win over United in all competitions since a 2–0 victory in the FA Cup in February 1938. Former Ajax boss Ten Haig became the first United manager in more than 100 years to lose his first two matches.

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