Aston Villa legend Gabby Agbonlahor insists he is not convinced Manchester United have turned a corner despite our dramatic late win over Brentford on Saturday.
United trailed by a goal against the Bees for majority of the game, but Scott McTominay’s late brace changed the game in our favour as the team secured the win.
However, Agbonlahor feels the result merely papers over the cracks of the real issues at play.
Speaking on talkSPORT, he said: “We were watching the game and we watched it with all of the staff in the talkSPORT studios and Manchester United looked absolutely useless.
“They were booed off at half time, Casemiro was dragged off for another poor performance, [Mason] Mount off at 62 minutes, [Marcus] Rashford off at 62 minutes, not good enough.
“[Bruno] Fernandes, Rashford, Mount, Casemiro, Amrabat and Onana all should have been walking off that pitch with their heads down in shame, not doing a lap of honour.
“They did a lap of honour like they’d won the Champions League at Old Trafford, a lap of honour!
“They should be apologising to the fans because the fans aren’t stupid.
“They know that the result is papering over the cracks because they were awful today and they got away with one thanks to horrendous goalkeeping.”
The win eases the pressure on United Boss ahead of the international break.