Manchester United slaughtered after setting the equalizer wages to out-of-form Brentford: – Scary

Manchester United slaughtered after setting the equalizer wages to out-of-form Brentford: – Scary

Thus, the London club extended its streak to seven matches without a win. The last time they picked up three points was a 2-0 win away to Wolves on February 10.

Mason Mount sent United ahead six minutes into extra time, but three minutes later the teams were level when Christopher Ajer scored the equaliser.

– It's worth it, exclaimed Viaplay commentator Andreas Toft.

It was Brentford who dominated the game and were just centimeters away from taking the lead several times in the first half. The result was two shots on the metal and a flurry of shots beyond United's goal as the team went to the dressing room.

-Thin soup, this soup is so thin that I don't think it contains any liquid. It was terrible, and particularly humiliating, as Viaplay expert Pall Andre Helland concluded by talking about the visitors' performance before half-time.

He continued: “They cannot play such a bad game again.”

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– Awesome to look at

But Hyland wasn't quite right. Brentford continued to play brilliantly, creating chance after chance, while United replaced Raphael Varane, Alejandro Garnacho and Victor Lindelof due to injuries and tactics.

With 18 minutes remaining, it looked as if Ivan Toney had sent the hosts into the lead. What upset the home team's fans was that the goal was disallowed due to offside.

“It's scary to see how easy it is for Brentford to get here and have all the time in the world,” Tofte commented.

– It is unfortunate that Brentford are not leading this match. “Manchester United was a terrible thing to watch,” he continued.

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– I lost faith in the God of football

Six minutes into stoppage time, Mason Mount sent United ahead against the run of play, but that lead only lasted three minutes before Agger sealed a vital point.

– There can only be one winner in this match, and that is us. Then you end up 0-1 down in the 96th minute and you think football is brutal. Brentford coach Thomas Frank added: “I almost lost faith in the God of football, but he backed down a little.” BBC after the match.

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He praised the players for their efforts, but had difficulty understanding why they did not win the match.

-We had the most shots ever in the Premier League. “It's unbelievable that we didn't win this,” Frank said.

Brentford ranks fifteenth in the table and is only five points behind relegated Luton.

On the other hand, United ranks sixth, but has lost important points in the struggle to qualify for the Champions League next season. 11 points now separate fourth-placed Aston Villa.

Christopher Ajer played the entire match for Brentford.

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