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‘This club is just plain embarrassing’: Manchester United fans fume at Glazers and Ed Woodward after edging past tiny Rochdale on penalties

  • The Red Devils advanced to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side won 5-3 on penalties but supporters were not happy
  • Mason Greenwood gave United the lead midway through the second half
  • Luke Matheson, 16, equalised late on in what would have been a dream goal
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Manchester United were furious after they scraped past League One Rochdale on penalties on Wednesday night.

The Red Devils advanced to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup having behind held 1-1 against the minnows after 90 minutes.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side won 5-3 on penalties but supporters were not happy with the performance.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side won 5-3 on penalties but supporters were not happy about it

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side won 5-3 on penalties but supporters were not happy about it

Daniel James of Manchester United shows his frustration at a missed chance on Wednesday

Daniel James of Manchester United shows his frustration at a missed chance on Wednesday

Daniel James of Manchester United shows his frustration at a missed chance on Wednesday 

One fan said: ‘Nothing to be proud of. Embarrassing performance.

Another showed their frustration on social media as they said: ‘Sack Ole. Embarrasing.’

Someone else said: ‘Embarrassing, this club is just plain embarrassing.’

One United fan said: ‘The players should give their weeks’ wage to the Rochdale players.

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Mason Greenwood celebrates breaking the deadlock for Manchester United against Rochdale

Mason Greenwood celebrates breaking the deadlock for Manchester United against Rochdale

Mason Greenwood celebrates breaking the deadlock for Manchester United against Rochdale

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While another person called for the Red Devils boss to be axed as they said: ‘Joke performance. Sack him now.’¬†

Mason Greenwood gave United the lead midway through the second half after a lackluster first half.

Luke Matheson, 16, equalised late on in what would have been a dream goal at Old Trafford.

United, who sit 10 points off league leaders and arch rivals Liverpool, return to league action against Arsenal on Monday night.

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Daniel James stepped up to score the winning penalty to send United into the next round

Daniel James stepped up to score the winning penalty to send United into the next round

Daniel James stepped up to score the winning penalty to send United into the next round