United Fans Left Stadium In 84th Minute During Club’s Embarrassing Loss Against Burnley

General view of Manchester United's David de Gea in action.

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Old Trafford was shook hard last night, as Manchester United suffered a loss against Burnley in a Premier League home fixture, which concluded with a score line of 0-2.

The 13th placed team in the English League overwhelmed the football fans with this victory, marking two goals in the fixture netted by Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez. The Turf Moor outfit scored one in the first half and added another in the second which sealed their victory.

This loss however would certainly be quite a blow to the United officials, with the supporters losing the tiny shred of hope left in them because of the recent performance of the club. Accordingly, Solskjaer being the scapegoat, it won’t be much of a surprise if the board raise some second thoughts about the Norwegian’s position at Old Trafford in the near future.

Rio Ferdinand stressed his displeasure in seeing the people in the stadium get up and head back even before the final whistle:

Meanwhile, Luckhurst posted concerning the chants about the ownership of the club:

Regardless with Liverpool ascertaining their authority this season, the Mancunian club had lost any hopes in the Premier League title following a poor start.

Nevertheless, taking a look at their current form, it could even appear impossible for the Red Giants to secure a Champions League spot.

Consequently, the only path leading to safety for the club manager appears to be claiming the FA Cup, as it could at least ease off the pressure and skepticism the 46-year-old is facing at the moment.