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Man United loses again, will Ole get the sack?

Manchester United is still one of the biggest clubs in the world. They’ve got a worldwide audience that’s almost no to compare to any other football club. This is purely off the pitch based on the fanbase. On the pitch and in the board of the club it’s a whole different story. Manchester United fans expected Ole to be sacked after they 0-5 loss against Liverpool. This match was below anything you should expect from a club with the stature of Manchester United. This Saturday they lost 4-1 against Watford, will this be the final nail in the coffin for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer?

Strong start by Watford

After only four points from the last six matches, expectations where the United players were fired up for this match against Watford. Watford is one of the main candidates to get relegation, so should be the perfect opponent for Man United to get some sort of momentum going. Against all expectations, it were the Watford player who came out of the dressing room flying. Manchester United was pushed back from the start, which eventually led to a Watford penalty. Ismaila Sarr missed the penalty, got another chance and missed again. This didn’t stop Watford and it was Josh King who opened the score. Right before half time Ismaila Sarr doubled the lead.

All goes wrong

The second goal forced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make some changes. He took of Rashford and McTominay who he swapped for Martial and Van de Beek. The latter one had a big impact on the game. He made only his third appearance in the Premier League this season, but he immediately showed why the Man United fans want to see more of him. He scored the 2-1 and was perfect on the ball. It all changed when Harry Maguire picked up his second yellow and got sent off. The Mancunians tried to force an equaliser and by trying to led space behind the defense. Watford stayed calm and scored two late counter goals to get the 4-1 win.