Football is an interesting and funny sport, a Spanish side that has never won any silverware could take on Manchester United, an English side with all the major honors, isn't it beautiful?. However, Manchester United fans are still mourning their loss, following a humiliating defeat in Gdańsk, Poland in the Europa League cup final two days ago.
United fans will be looking forward to a revenge one day, but one United fan took to social media via Twitter to share his epic revenge against Villarreal. The user goes by the name habideeen shared a photo on Twitter, after he took on Villarreal in EA sports FIFA 21 game. He emerged the winner after scoring a whooping 127 goals in favor of Manchester United.
As funny as it seems, netizens weren't impressed due to the fact that, he managed only 4 shots on target, so how did he manage to score the goals. From the game's statistics, Villarreal had more possession than he did, so clearly the picture is an edited one. Check out the hilarious replies he got after sharing the photo of his epic revenge.
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