Wycombe Wanderers Savagely Troll Manchester United After They Beat Rochdale
Wycombe Wanderers have hilariously claimed that they're better than Manchester United after thrashing Rochdale.
Rochdale followed up their valiant performance against United in the EFL Cup with a resounding defeat to Wycombe, who poked fun of the Premier League side after their result.
The League One team beat Rochdale 3-0 away from home, and immediately aimed a dig at United.
On Twitter, they wrote: "OFFICIAL: better than Manchester United" while tagging the Premier League giants.
OFFICIAL: better than @ManUtd. https://t.co/suv9FZvADE
- Wycombe Wanderers (@wwfcofficial) September 28, 2019
Wycombe's Tweet went viral, racking up over five thousand 'Retweets' and over twenty-two thousand 'Likes'.
As expected, it got people talking.
"We are being bodied by Wycombe wanders ffs," one Twitter user wrote.
A second Tweeted: "Look at the state of the red devil shite.... roasted by Wycombe."
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A third Tweeted: "Wow. Mudded by fucking Wycombe. My god."
Another Twitter user added: "Akinfenwa walks right into that United lineup tbf."
Have some shame Ed Woodward.
I haven't even heard the name of this Wycombe Wanderers
What have you made my club???? @ManUtd #MUFC https://t.co/BGuonK1axy
- Soban Shaikh :flag_ye: (@soban_shaikh) September 28, 2019
Everyone is now laughing at Man Utd even Wycombe Wanderers so Ed Woodward The Glazers The Board have made Manchester United Football Club in laughing stock over last 7 years now so it's not really good enough no more #EdWoodwardOut #GlazersOut https://t.co/BVeRpBuR2x
- Miranda (@miranda7drew) September 28, 2019
Manchester United are now being bantered by Wycombe. That's how low MUFC are
- Black Ninja (@w_kech) September 28, 2019
Of course, Wycombe's post is in reference to United struggling to see off Rochdale during midweek in the EFL Cup.
The Reds needed penalties to advance to the next round despite the likes of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Paul Pogba starting.
United's unflattering start to the new season has put pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who's tasked with gearing up his team for the visit of Arsenal on Monday night.
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