It was deja vu as Manchester United displayed the same failings as in their Emirates FA Cup defeat against Middlesbrough as they were held at bottom-club Burnley, a result which sees them slip out of the Premier League’s top four.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not born and assistant manager Mike Phelan only two days old when Burnley last won at Manchester United.
Manchester United were stung by two Burnley goals as they finally recorded a win over the Reds at the 10th attempt under Sean Dyche.
MAN UNITED 0, WEST BROM 1
How ironic that after winning at leaders Manchester City that Manchester United should lose at home to bottom-club West Brom, a result that confirmed City as champions.
Just as the second-half display against City was phenomenal, their performance against the Baggies was abject as they were beaten by a Jay Rodriguez goal.
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