Manchester United maintained their impressive Premier League form with a 3-2 victory against Southampton at the weekend.
A week on from defeating Liverpool at Old Trafford, United were slow to get going against Ronald Koeman’s side but two goals from Anthony Martial put them in the lead after Grazianno Pelle had opened the scoring for the Saints.
Juan Mata then put United 3-1 up after great work from Memphis Depay but a second goal from Pelle made for a nervy end to proceedings.
Depay had a mixed game, providing the assist for Mata’s match-winning strike but failing to score himself in the league for the sixth game running.
That said the Holland international has already scored three times for United in the Champions League, but that does not appear to be enough for some fans eager to see him live up to his reputation from the outset.
After the match we took to Twitter to see what some United supporters thought of Depay’s latest performance and you can read a selection of what we found below:
Wasn´t Depay supposed to be a great free-kick taker? Didn´t have one decent attempt all season.— Marcel Siferlinger (@MaSi_Red) September 20, 2015
I can't believe I said Depay might be worthy of taking the 7 God's place. Will still have a good career but he isn't all that great at all.— At.Long.Last.€hizzy. (@MrCotidie) September 20, 2015
@jamesmi73514700 Depay was quite poor, but he had one moment of brilliance where he hit the post and mata scored the equaliser— Man Utd Hub (@MUFC_Hub) September 21, 2015
A lot better from United today...although Rooney Depay still poor...Blind marking the little fella or CR7 would be interesting#2nd— Gary Farley (@GaryFarley4) September 20, 2015
Depay has been poor this season in the PL.. Needs to up his game, take more risks— Dana Bucheeri (@bucheeri) September 20, 2015
How is Depay not performing well? Y'all expected the kid to score a hat trick every match? He's been doing good for a new player.— Jay (@TheGreat_Jesse) September 21, 2015
Good job martial is playing well for United because depay and Rooney have been shocking in the league!— Bryan Hampshire (@Hampy_94) September 20, 2015