Manchester United players all seem to turn on each other in the pre-season fixture versus Dortmund, with arguments aplenty in Las Vegas.
But then two silly, sloppy errors just before half-time led to Donyell Malen bagging a brace and putting Dortmund 2-1 to the good heading into the break.
Antony equalised in the second half before Youssoufa Moukoko scored the winner a little later on. The game was massively frustrating for United, which actually led to some of the players even turning on each other.
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The first player to lose his cool was the young lad Omari Forson, the forward looked dangerous during his time on the pitch but was brought off by ten Hag after kicking out at Julian Ryerson, which led to an altercation with Karim Adeyemi.
The boss diffused the situation by removing the Englishman just eight minutes later, to be replaced by Antony. He then held a 30-second chat with the 19-year-old, before sending him over to the subs bench.
Williams loses it with Heaton
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The young full-back who has just returned to United after a loan spell seemed to lash out at Heaton, shouting an expletive at the veteran keeper. Heaton then hit back at Williams, storming out of his box to confront and row with the 22-year-old.
Then a new signing goes in on Harry Maguire…
It really didn’t take long for him to get in a scupple. Onana made a huge one on one save, which he clearly thought he should’ve never been in the position to make.
He then runs manically towards the former club captain and begins to shout at him for presumably not tracking his man well enough.
Did they take Erik ten Hag’s statement too literally?
Not so long ago, ten Hag said in a press conference before the Arsenal match – “We don’t play friendly games,” well, evidently!
This was a massively feisty affair which saw a lot of Red Devils lose their cool, which really isn’t on.
Granted, this game meant nothing, but these situations cant arise when we’re playing Premier League football. Sort it out, lads.