Watford’s supporters aim chant at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Man United boss trends across social media once more
The home support in attendance at Watford’s meeting with Manchester United this afternoon have not been shy in taking aim at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, amid another day to forget to this point for the Norwegian.
Sarr amongst the goals
The Hornets are of course currently locked in action at Vicarage Road.
In the respective clubs’ first outing post-international break, Watford welcomed the aforementioned United to south Hertfordshire, for a Premier League showdown.
And what a spectacle the clash has proven thus far…
Incredibly, despite having been aware ahead of kick-off that nothing but a three-point haul would do, the visiting Red Devils currently trail Claudio Ranieri and co. by two goals to nil.
After seeing a pair of spot-kicks thwarted by David de Gea early on, the dominant hosts finally took a deserved lead inside the half-hour mark, courtesy of Josh King:
Only against Everton (8) has Josh King scored more Premier League goals than Manchester United (5).
Haunting his former side. 👻 pic.twitter.com/W6raMexyiG
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) November 20, 2021
And it was two on the stroke of the interval, as Ismaila Sarr, guilty of one of two misses from twelve yards earlier in the matchup, rifled home a superb finish from a tight angle:
SARR MAKES IT 2-0
WATFORD ARE BALLING 😲 pic.twitter.com/wRfqmghGi9
— DAZN Canada (@DAZN_CA) November 20, 2021
In turn, with a little over 45 minutes played at Vicarage Road, and not only Manchester United’s campaign, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job hanging in the balance, it should come as little surprise to hear of the Watford faithful having some fun at the expense of their heavyweight opponents.
After the hosts’ 2nd of the afternoon found the net, chants of both ‘Ole’s at the wheel’ and ‘Sacked in the morning’ quickly rang around the ground:
Solskjaer said in his press conference yesterday that they had ‘worked on a few things’ and ‘prioritised a few things.’ It’s hard to see what. This first half has been absolutely abysmal. Home fans singing Ole’s at the wheel, followed by ‘sacked in the morning.’
— Charlotte Duncker (@CharDuncker) November 20, 2021
Adding further to the woes facing the under-fire Solskjaer, meanwhile, has been the ensuing backlash across social media.
Despite time remaining for his side to turn things around on Saturday, the Red Devils faithful have made their feelings crystal clear, as the hashtag OleOut trends online once more:
Goodbye Ole and take Maguire with you.#OleOut pic.twitter.com/7zOFxJf1Bz
— United Xtra (@ManUnitedXtra_) November 20, 2021
JUST RETWEET #OleOut #GlazersOut pic.twitter.com/tG2LL7aggL
— ‘ (@TheShowtimeReds) November 20, 2021
Retweet If you are #OleOut pic.twitter.com/rYShfXdcYg
— Straajo 🇷🇸 (@straajo) November 20, 2021
All I want to see tomorrow.#OleOut #ManchesterUnited pic.twitter.com/s9BpFqh5Ey
— TheMartian (@mikeonmarz_) November 20, 2021
Confused if this is Manchester United or Molde. #OleOut.
— Dev Bhatia (@devbhatia) November 20, 2021
A quick reminder as manchester united fan I’m done with this team #OleOut pic.twitter.com/va6SSTwIp0
— Boniface (@kilundeezy) November 20, 2021
Ole starts Sancho right wing team gets battered so he puts Sancho left wing the guy is clueless, killing players careers #OleOut
— Jamie Ohara (@Mrjamieohara1) November 20, 2021
We all need this, don’t we?#OleOut pic.twitter.com/CfSLCIuVhu
— Cench (@Folariiiin_) November 20, 2021
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