Even those who are critical of Manchester United found it tough to witness their embarrassing loss to Brentford. From the club that wowed fans throughout the preseason to the attack and defense, everything had changed.
However, some Man United stars had had enough following their defeat to Brentford and were no longer able to keep their feelings to themselves. Almost all of Man United's players went to the crowd to apologize to them after the game.
Even the goalkeeper David De Gea, who was accountable for the two goals allowed in the opening 18 minutes, took the time to apologize in an interview for his role in the defeat.
Even the club's detractors found it tough to watch Manchester United's dismal loss at Brentford. From the one that wowed fans throughout the preseason, the club was unrecognizably different in offense and defense.
However, some Man United players had had it and could no longer keep their anger hidden following their defeat to Brentford. After the game, practically all of the Man United players went to the crowd to apologize.
Indeed, even the goalkeeper David De Gea, who was in charge of the two goals allowed in the first 18 minutes, participated in an interview where he confessed and apologized for his role in the defeat.
Regarding Cristiano Ronaldo, the striker for Manchester United, the same cannot be stated. Ronaldo did not join his teammates in celebrations following the game.
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