The audio narration when legendary. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson appeared on screen during last night’s Manchester derby went viral online.
Sir Alex Ferguson denounced as he watched Manchester United’s embarrassing 6-3 defeat to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium last night. The legendary retired manager led Manchester United to unprecedented success from 1986 to 2013 stands. In the stands to witness Pep Guardiola’s side. Erik ten Hag’s side smashedinto nothing good in the latest Manchester derby.
Unlike some of the Manchester United fans who walked off the pitch at the end of the first half. After watching their UFABET team lead as far as 4-0. Ferguson stayed on until the bitter end, Manchester United regained their dignity. Came a little in the second half with three goals. One came from new signing Anthony Martial last summer and two goals from Anthony Martial. But this was still an embarrassing afternoon for everyone. People associated with the Red Devils Army
Camera cuts to Ferguson sat in the stands twice over 90 minutes. The 80-year-old’s face is in the same shape as former pupil Cristiano Ronaldo , one of the bench-tops. Unused by Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium, Guy Mowbray, who was in charge of game commentary for Match of the Day 2 , and his comments when he saw Ferguson appear on screen after It was Phil Foden’s 4-0 goal for Manchester City just before half-time that later went viral on social media.
When Sir Alex Ferguson appears on the screen? Mowbray said: “Manchester City scored four goals before the end of the first half. Football is amazing.” “There was a huge gap in the away stands. Someone left the away team stand. They didn’t go to get snacks during halftime. They will go drunk and forget their sorrow elsewhere. “Sir Alex Ferguson was asked in 2009 if Man City would have the chance to play a derby favorite, he said: ‘not in my lifetime. mine’… Now it’s [the favorite team] every time.” (Ouch!)
According to Mowbray, the fact that Ferguson once said “Not in my lifetime” was said back in September 2009 after being asked if United would play a Manchester derby as an underdog , The Independent ‘s Ian Herbert. It was reported that Ferguson waited at least 15 seconds before answering a question at a press conference, “What time is it?” “I think it’s time for me to go,” as he stood up. Ferguson added, “Not in my lifetime.” Thirteen years later power connector change What seemed impossible in the eyes of Ferguson returned to full dominion, with Foden and the irrepressible Erling Haaland turning Manchester City into a compelling force. More formidable than ever