Footage from Man Utd’s end shows Sancho only applauding fans

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A shocking video from Saturday’s Manchester United away game at Goodison Park appears to show that Jadon Sancho only acknowledged the travelling support.

After their loss to Everton, United’s rest of the players and staff looked as if they were not paying attention to their fans. United lost 1-0 to the Toffees. Anthony Gordon’s deflected second half was the difference. It was a disappointing afternoon for Red Devils.

Fans’ frustrations were intensified during full-time when they were completely blanked off by the club stars. Supporters took to social media to vent their anger.

After the match, footage from the away side was uploaded to Twitter. It shows the away side as the players leave the field.

Fans were stunned at the decision of the players not to applaud them. A few shouted expletives in their direction while a flare was also added onto the pitch.

The tweet was captioned by the fan who uploaded this video: “Not one barring Sancho applauding the away fans disgrace after that shambles WOW!”

Another fan has been added: “Sell them all, arguably the worst and most toxic squad in this club’s history. DISGRACE!”One third wrote: “Absolute disgrace. Once again SELL the f***ing lot.”

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Jadon Sancho was not the only one to applaud the traveling fans

Another supporter furiously commented, “While I was doing that, another person…” “Sums this lot up, there isn’t one I’d keep, absolute shower from top to bottom.”

After Cristiano Ronaldo was captured smashing the phone of a young Everton fan as he left, the fans blanked.

United’s efforts to finish in the top four has been severely hampered by Everton’s defeat, who claimed three crucial points in their fight for survival.

Ralf Rangnick’s team is currently in seventh place, two more than Wolverhampton Wanderers. They are now six points behind the top four.

They will try to close the gap on fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur next Saturday when they host Norwich City in Old Trafford.