Manchester United were beaten by West Ham United on Sunday.
Fans of rival clubs, and in particular those of Manchester United, are laughing at West Ham United’s expense.
Manchester United were beaten 2-0 by West Ham at the weekend, which prompted the Hammers’ media team to mock their victims with the following tweet.
At the wheel pic.twitter.com/Z4frhxmH7J
— West Ham United (@WestHam) September 22, 2019
The ‘at the wheel’ slogan was made popular by the Red Devils during the club’s impressive run of form under its then-caretaker manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Solskjaer has found that hard to replicate since he was handed the reins on a full-time basis in March.
But West Ham are not the first club to have come unstuck after adopting such method of mockery, as Arsenal and found out earlier this year – winning just three of their next eight Premier League games after beating Manchester United.
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) March 10, 2019
And after West Ham found themselves humiliated 4-0 at the hands of League One Oxford United on Wednesday, some are suggesting that a curse has been placed upon the London side.
This is what is being said on Twitter…
You should of stayed quiet
— Olly Delderfield (@OllyDelderfield) September 25, 2019
— Sully (@LFCSuIIy) September 25, 2019
well done lads
— adam (@ftblalt) September 25, 2019
It’s happened again
— Jacob (@RobboSZN) September 25, 2019
— C (@Chazzaboy129) September 26, 2019
JINXED YOUR SEASON LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
— Pratyush Anand (@ravelord98) September 26, 2019
TELL ME HOW GOOD DOES IT FEEEEEL
— Silent_Assassin (@AWB29_) September 25, 2019
Off the road now
— Isaac Omole (@IsaacWalex) September 26, 2019
Cursed tweet, they never learn
— ∆ (@RLC_CFC) September 25, 2019
Stop now pls
— MAKAVELI (@MAKAVEL10416993) September 25, 2019
— Mark Lucas (@Mark_lucasSkem) September 25, 2019
— Flav (@Jack_Flav) September 25, 2019
This went down well.♂️
— Leonjay_ (@pownall_leon) September 26, 2019
We tweet things we regret sometimes….this is one of those things!
— Timguy Ndombele (@Timmymagic84) September 26, 2019