During Liverpool’s loss, Jesse Lingard lashes out at Man United fans on the touchline.
Jesse Lingard was seen reacting to Manchester United fans who appeared to be dissatisfied with the team’s performance against Liverpool.
Jesse Lingard, a Manchester United player, appeared to lash out at fans who were critical of the Red Devils’ performance against Liverpool.
United had a horrible afternoon at Old Trafford, losing 5-0 and trailed by four goals at the halftime break.
Fans appeared to express their feelings to Lingard, who was warming up near the corner flag as a substitute, at some point in the first half.
Although it is unclear what was said at Lingard, he appears to respond by saying, “I’m not on the pitch.”
Lingard certainly didn’t think he was to blame for United’s poor start.
Paul Pogba, who was warming up next to Lingard in the video, did make an appearance, albeit only for a short time.
After a late challenge on Naby Keita, the Frenchman was sent for an early bath just after his half-time appearance.
With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s defense nowhere to be seen, Keita scored after just five minutes.
Less than 10 minutes later, Diogo Jota joined in the fun.
Salah then added two more goals before half-time, prompting United players and Solskjaer to be booed out.
After the halftime, the Egyptian scored his third goal, making him the second Liverpool player to complete a hat-trick against United.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s reaction in the stands midway through United’s defeat versus Liverpool sums up the team’s dreadful afternoon.
In the second half, television cameras panned to Fergie in the crowd, who appeared troubled and frustrated.
Kenny Dalglish, the Liverpool icon, was spotted in the throng seconds later, looking much happier.
Just moments after his beloved club scored their fifth goal, the Scot was seen laughing and joking with friends.