Ronaldo and Manchester United are embarrassing themselves to the bone

Ronaldo's Manchester United experiences debacle at underdog

With Cristiano Ronaldo out, Brentford massacres Manchester United


Ronaldo's Manchester United experiences debacle at underdog

Manchester United lost 2-1 at home to Brighton on the first matchday. The season under the new coach Erik ten Hag should really get going in Brentford at the latest. But nothing there! The star ensemble around Cristiano Ronaldo, who was willing to leave, was already 4-0 down after 35 minutes.

Manchester United conceded the second bankruptcy in the second game of the season. Again against an outsider. And this time the team around superstar Cristiano Ronaldo really goes under. It could quickly become uncomfortable for the new coach.

Manchester United have suffered their next Premier League defeat after losing their first game to West Bromwich Albion. And this time it was a real embarrassment. The world club lost 0:4 at the small FC Brentford. That's how it was at half-time.

The goals for the hosts were scored by Joshua Da Silva (10'), Mathias Jensen (18'), Ben Mee (30') and Bryan Mbeumo (35'). Cristiano Ronaldo raged on the other side. The superstar, who actually wants to leave United, complained in one tour, made a sporty contribution, like the rest of the team, but didn't cause a stir.

It could quickly become uncomfortable for the new coach. His side are last and Erik ten Hag the first United manager since 1921 to lose his first two games. "The team has to take responsibility," said the Dutchman after the game: "I asked them to play with faith and take responsibility, they didn't do that. I feel sorry for the fans.”

Manchester United: Netizen makes fun of the bankruptcy against Brentford

Munich - Hopes were high that Ajax coach Erik ten Hag could help the tumbling Manchester United to its former glory. But after only two matchdays in the Premier League, a debacle at the start of the season is becoming apparent.

After the "Red Devils" around superstar Cristiano Ronaldo lost 2-1 to Brighton & Hove Albion at the start of the season, they lost 4-0 to FC Brentford. At half-time, United keeper David de Gea had to get behind him four times.

The fans on the net rubbed their eyes in amazement: sadness, pity, malice, gloating - everything is there. ran presents a best of the Twitter reactions to the ManUnited embarrassment.