Liverpool fans on Twitter have been busy mocking Manchester United, after they were heard celebrating Manchester City’s goal against Burnley inside Old Trafford before their game against Chelsea kicked off.
It has been somewhat of a turbulent time for the Red Devils. They are struggling themselves, and are being forced to watch as two of their biggest rivals battle it out in one of the most exciting title races in Premier League history.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men could only muster up a draw themselves in their game with the Blues, but luckily for them, they had their city rivals’ win against the Clarets to ease the pain.
Naturally, Liverpool fans found the time to take pity on the 20-time Premier League champions, labelling them as an embarrassment for celebrating their rivals scoring a goal, just so it means another rival loses out in the title race.
Let’s see what the Reds supporters have been saying about United on Twitter…
Loud cheer around Old Trafford when City scored. From Fergie calling them 'noisy neighbours' to United supporting their cross town rivals…a club in decline.
— DaveOCKOP (@DaveOCKOP) April 28, 2019
Cheering their own demise. Amazing
— EPL Football Talk (@PLfootballtalk) April 28, 2019
— tom (@tomyeans_) April 28, 2019
Thats United biggest achievement this season banter club
— MonsterAmongMen (@ParkTheBus8989) April 28, 2019
— $B (@sportsfusion) April 28, 2019
27 points off the top and they cheering on city. Christ I’m loving every second of this car crash club slowly dying in front of our eyes. That perch is nowhere in sight.
— John (@JohnJohndel2) April 28, 2019
Finished club if ye ask me
— Brendan (@LFCBrendan7) April 28, 2019
Oh how the mighty have fallen
— fazza (@fazzamac) April 28, 2019
Let them carry on being happy with how mediocre & petty they’ve become! I like this #mufc I like them very much! Long may they continue to revel in their rivals success. They’re already in the shadows of all the rivals & it didn’t take long! Long may their decline continue!
— Obsessed with Liverpool FC (@WithLfc) April 28, 2019