MANCHESTER UNITED fans told Eric Bailly to delete his botched apology for Saturday’s derby defeat to Man City.
The centre-back opened the scoring, albeit in his own net.
Bailly scored an own goal in Saturday’s Manchester derbyCredit: GETTY IMAGES
Bailly posted pictures of his own goal on Twitter alongside an apologyCredit: TWITTER: ERICBAILLY24 The Red Devils rolled over for City at Old Trafford and lost the game 2-0.
Bailly tweeted: “Nobody is more frustrated than me. I have to keep my head up, no excuses.”
Pictures of his own goal accompanied the apology.
One fan responded: “I love you bro but delete this.”
Another said: “You posted the picture of you scoring an own goal?”
Bailly was politely advised by others to delete the pictures in the apology post.
A Man Utd fan replied: “Hello Eric. We all make bad decisions chap. However, it’s probably not a great shout to post the image of you finishing fantastically well into your own net?
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Bailly is the second United player to have a social media gaffe shortly after Saturday’s damming defeat.
Bruno Fernandes’ Twitter account appears to be ran by the same person who manages Arsenal ace Gabriel Martinelli’s socials.
A pic was posted on Fernandes’ Twitter of some Gunners stars with the caption ‘Gooood vibes’.
Martinelli’s Instagram had the exact same picture and caption.
One fan fumed: “Bruno Fernandes posting (now deleted) a picture of some Arsenal lads.
“I presume one of them is Portuguese and they share the same social media team. Either way this is a f***ing disaster.
“Never understand why these a*******s don’t tweet themselves.”
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