Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands the second time this season as his Manchester United side were held to a 1-1 draw against West Ham on Sunday. Diafra Sakho scored the opener for the Hammers but United responded quickly through a Zlatan Ibrahimovic goal that levelled things up at Old Trafford.
United’s last home victory in the Premier League came on September 24 and this was their fourth consecutive league draw on their own turf.
A clumsy foul by Lingard gave Dimitri Payet the chance to whip a free-kick into the penalty area, where Sakho beat Ibrahimovic to place a bullet header beyond David de Gea.
And just before half-time, the hosts were level as Ibrahimovic atoned for his earlier mistake when Pogba’s brilliant ball over the top picked up the Swedish striker.
And Mourinho’s frustrations boiled over when he was ordered to leave the touchline by referee Jon Moss after kicking a water bottle in the first half following a foul given against Paul Pogba for a dive.
The draw continues to add woes to the Manchester United fans, but some still believe in their manager and club and expressed their thoughts on twitter :
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