After Man City’s humiliation, Tyson Fury sends a scathing message to United.


After Man City’s humiliation, Tyson Fury sends a scathing message to United.

On Saturday, Manchester United lost 2-0 at home to arch-rivals Manchester City.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under fire after yet another toothless defeat to a close rival.

After losing 5-0 to Liverpool two weeks ago, Manchester City came to Old Trafford to inflict more misery on the Red Devils with a 2-0 victory.

And United fan Tyson Fury, who is currently the world heavyweight champion in boxing, has expressed his displeasure with the team’s performance.

In October, Fury defeated Deontay Wilder for the second time in three fights.

Fury has cemented his reputation as one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world by knocking out his opponent in the 11th round.

The Manchester native is known for his powerful jaw, and his never-say-die attitude has kept him undefeated throughout his career.

After the humiliating defeat, the boxer could not have been less impressed with United.

The Citizens romped to victory thanks to a strike from Bernardo Silva and a hilarious own-goal from Eric Bailly.

And Fury was dissatisfied with his team’s attitude and dedication.

“It is fair to say that Manchester United are taking a worse beating than Deontay Wilder took in all of his fights against me,” Fury wrote on Instagram after today’s defeat by City.

“Out there, we’re getting absolutely smashed.”

“I believe it’s partly because the players – with no disrespect to any of you – don’t appear to be going all out to win these games.

“It just appears as if you’re content to get through them and let whatever happens happen.”

Fury alluded to his December 2018 draw with Deontay Wilder, in which he was knocked down in round 12 before miraculously rising to tie the fight.

“You know, when I was on the floor fighting Wilder, and any man I’ve ever fought, I never believed I was going to lose the fight,” he continued.

“I always believed I’d come back and win, and that’s what’s known as a winner’s mentality, which you guys have lacked in the last two games.”

“I believe Patrice Evra and I will come down to training and give you the cold hard facts about what you require.”

Watford is United’s opponent.

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