The best tweets following drab United’s stalemate with Cambridge.
Watching football on the BBC, especially on a Friday night, is such a rare treat, so fans are usually hoping that the televised game is an absolute barnstormer.
Sadly, that’s not what they got when Manchester United travelled to Cambridge for their FA Cup fourth round tie.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has admitted that last night’s FA Cup fourth round stalemate at League Two minnows Cambridge United left him “angry”, report the Express, with the Red Devils now facing an extra fixture to fit into their calendar in the shape of an Old Trafford rematch against Richard Money’s impressive and dogged U’s.
The United side, that cost £273m to build , looked listless against their lower league counterparts, and neutral fans were only to happy to revel in their despair.
Moyes after hearing the result from Cambridge United 0 – Manchester United 0 https://t.co/PDOv6IxmUY
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) January 23, 2015
Me watching Cambridge – Man United. https://t.co/2NRFKvztDQ
— 433LIVE (@433LIVE) January 23, 2015
— Sam (@samuelJayC) January 23, 2015
Cambridge 0-0 Man Utd FT: 75 league places between them. Seventy-five. Replay at Old Trafford, well deserved. pic.twitter.com/vSNvKY5ybS
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) January 23, 2015
Game over & this is a compliment to Manager Richard Money & his team, they took a leaf out of the Tony Pulis book of defending 4a £££replay
— Chris Kamara (@chris_kammy) January 23, 2015
Moyes: "I beat Barca with Real Sociedad and Van Gaal couldn't beat Cambridge with the GDP of Monaco. What's up now?" pic.twitter.com/nyRZs37Hjp
— Brooks Peck (@BrooksDT) January 23, 2015
Di Maria pic.twitter.com/rQf0KlgiQF
— Troll Football (@Troll__Football) January 23, 2015