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We’re In Danger! | Watford 3-1 Manchester United | REVIEW

Adam gives us his thoughts after Watford 3-1 Manchester United and he thinks we are in danger of allowing the rest of the title challengers getting away from us, do you agree?

Manchester United slumped to a third successive defeat against a Watford side that scored a goal from an offensive foul and an incredible late effort from Juan Camilo Zuniga just 53 seconds after entering the pitch. United was unable to create chances for much of the match but were handed a lifeline from a lucky strike by Marcus Rashford. Watford didn’t play well, but United played outstandingly poorly and the referee was as bad as United, handing Watford a penalty in the last minute for a clear non-starter of a foul out of anger.

The media is in an actual campaign to bring United down again, but it’s incredibly baffling that it is working. One thing you wouldn’t expect from a Jose Mourinho team is to slump to such low standards of media dealing. United lacks a plan attacking, barring Ibrahimovic, who has been superlative to score 5 goals and an assist in 6 without service. Changes need to be made again, and people will begin to question Jose Mourinho’s pedigree because he’s hated by everyone, and United is hated by everyone. But the performance wasn’t excusable either way, and it’s reflected in the fan cams.

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