A young boy manages to climb up on to the top of the goal at the Stretford End - only for a ball to send him flying to the ground.
Dude was chillin on the net at old trafford, another person kicked a ball into the net and knocked him off pic.twitter.com/gQDCWZtkoH
- Kyle Caldarelli (@KAC443) May 2, 2021
Meanwhile, another supporter is pictured wearing some questionable trousers, perhaps paying tribute to United's zebra-inspired away kit.
You think your Zebra pants are trendy https://t.co/7udLC2DgyZ pic.twitter.com/DEZqVBQ5Un
- FG:zap::diamonds::new_moon: (@whyalwaysfe) May 2, 2021
Just hours before the team are due to face rivals Liverpool, United fans managed to break into the stadium and storm the pitch to protest against owners the Glazers.
There has been large unrest amongst fans of the Premier League side ever since the American took charge at the club.The recent European Super League debacle appears to have pushed United fans over the edge.
United are due to play rivals Liverpool at 4.30 pm on Sunday but that kick off time is now in jeopardy, and the game could be called off altogether.
Supporters had earlier protested outside the team's bus at the Lowry Hotel.
#MUFC fans break through barriers at Old Trafford at #GlazersOut protest :flag_ye: pic.twitter.com/K473ZHqy6l
- WebbyONeill (@WebbyONeill) May 2, 2021
It follows on from an organised protest last week, where an American flag was burned and anti-Glazer banners were displayed.
Liverpool have been held back at their team hotel by Greater Manchester Police.
United were one of six Premier League clubs who initially signed up to the doomed Super League project last month. They all withdrew 48 hours later following a furious backlash from the wider football community.
Joel Glazer said sorry to supporters, but many United fans carried placards at the protest reading 'apology not accepted'.
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