Damning Man Utd footage from away end shows only Sancho acknowledging support

Damning footage from the Manchester United away end at Goodison Park on Saturday appears to show only Jadon Sancho acknowledged the travelling support.

The rest of the United players and staff appeared to ignore their fans as they trudged off the pitch and down the tunnel following their loss to Everton. United were beaten 1-0 by the Toffees, with Anthony Gordon's deflected first half strike the difference between the clubs on a disappointing afternoon for the Red Devils.

Their fans' frustrations were intensified at full-time as they were blanked by the club's stars, leading to an angry reaction from supporters on social media.

Footage from the away end was uploaded to Twitter after the match, showing the away end as the players left the field.

Fans can be seen looking shocked at the players' decision not to applaud them, with several shouting expletives in their direction, whilst a flare was also thrown onto the pitch.

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

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

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Meanwhile, another supporter furiously commented: “Sums this lot up, there isn’t one I’d keep, absolute shower from top to bottom.”

The blanking of the fans also comes after Cristiano Ronaldo was filmed appearing to smash a young Everton fan's phone out of their hand as he left the pitch.

United's push for a top-four finish has been severely dented by their defeat to Everton, who themselves claimed a vital three points in their fight for survival.

Ralf Rangnick's side remain in seventh place, two points above Wolverhampton Wanderers, and are now six points off the top four.

They will aim to close the gap to fourth placed Tottenham Hotspur when they host Norwich City at Old Trafford next Saturday.

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