Loads of Manchester United fans have been running the rule over their victory against West Ham, and they’re not too happy with Jesse Lingard.
Just like their win against Watford, the Red Devils put in an underwhelming performance at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The Hammers, who were coming off the back of some woeful performances of their own, looked the better team in the opening stages, and were unlucky to see a Felipe Anderson goal incorrectly ruled out for offside.
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Paul Pogba then scored from the spot after a dubious decision from the referee, but Anderson did get his goal in the second half, sneaking in at the back post to equalise.
And although Pogba’s second penalty of the day gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side all three points, fans aren’t happy with their performance, particularly from Lingard.
When playing mid-table sides at home, attacking players like the English international need to be involved and making things happen. He completed zero dribbles, zero key passes and registered zero shots, per Whoscored.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below, look away now Jesse…
He is like this most weeks but gets away with it because hes a Manchester lad.
— AbsoluteMuppet (@AbsoluteMuppett) April 13, 2019
Him and rashford have been awful in recent games
— Colin fitz (@colinfitz163) April 13, 2019
He needs to be dropped
— Emmanuel Ezechimerem (@ezechimerem22d) April 13, 2019
well like always? he cant play at a top 10 side
— George Kelesidis (@Spais_g) April 13, 2019
Wouldn’t be in the squad if he was on the other side of Manchester that’s how poor our attacking players are
— MUFC (@ManU45085494) April 13, 2019
Every game I wonder how Lingard made it at Utd
— ?? (@MANCZINI) April 13, 2019
I’ve completely given up with Jesse Lingard.
— Michael Tunstall (@TFWriter) April 13, 2019
What the hell has happened to Lingard?!!! Been absolutely dreadful again
— Mark Goldbridge (@markgoldbridge) April 13, 2019