Andreas Pereira Forgets Who Manchester United Are Playing Today
Manchester United fans aren't exactly high on Andreas Pereira and the fact he doesn't seem to know who his team are playing hasn't increased his popularity.
On his official Twitter account, the Brazilian midfielder posted a pre-match graphic ahead of United's next league game today, which is all well and good - but the poster was for Watford vs United.
Of course, United are not playing Watford and are in fact at home to Everton - leading to plenty of hilariously angry replies from supporters prior to Pereira deleting the tweet.
Think you're playing Everton pal
- evie:flag_black: (@lfcevie) December 15, 2019
Omg. You don't even know who we are playing today
- Led (@UTD_Led) December 15, 2019
Terrible decision making on and off the pitch:sob::sob::sob:
- S.B.Kori (@Pegasus_Kid_III) December 15, 2019
We are playing Everton mate
- AD:tm: (@UTDFuture) December 15, 2019
He doesn't even know who we are playing.
How can we expect him to play good?:joy::joy:
- Vishnu (@Vishnu29517444) December 15, 2019
I like your enthusiasm, but let's focus on today's match against Everton first...
- Gav Roberts (@_GavRoberts) December 15, 2019
We are playing Everton bro
- Zach:tm: (@mufczach) December 15, 2019
WTF is wrong with our players?
- :goat::tm: (@TheFergusonEra) December 15, 2019
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Lol wrong game mate. That's next week bro.
- S_Akiyama4646 #SolskjærOut #GlazersOut (@Seto_Akiyama46) December 15, 2019
Wrong team pal. We are playing Everton
- KAVI (@blurt2kc) December 15, 2019
We're not playing Watford pal.
- Matt (@UtdMxtt) December 15, 2019
In all truth it's likely just a mistake from his media team, with United playing Watford next week - but Red Devils fans will use anything as an excuse to fuel their dissatisfaction of Pereira at the moment.
A lot of United fans are desperate to see the back of him and the man himself has revealed that he did have offers to leave in the summer but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remained faithful to him.
"I have to be thankful," he told the Manchester Evening News.
"He spoke to me and said I would get more opportunities with him. He said if I get better and better then I will play more and more and that's what has happened.
"In the summer I was thinking about my options.
"Yes, I was a bit worried but I always wanted to stay here because Manchester is my home. I've been here since I was 16 years old so I am very happy that the manager is staying and I want to stay with him too."