Man Utd fans make Ole Gunnar Solskjaer transfer demand after Liverpool loss to Watford
Manchester United fans have flocked to Twitter to demand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seal the signing of Ismaila Sarr after his heroics for Watford against Liverpool on Saturday night. The Reds saw their unbeaten Premier League run come to an end at Vicarage Road, with Sarr the star of the show.
Liverpool went into Saturday’s Premier League match with Watford aiming to avoid defeat for a 45th game in a row.
But Jurgen Klopp’s men were thumped at the Vicarage Road, with the Hornets dealing out an almighty sting.
Sarr was the star of the show, scoring twice with Troy Deeney also on target for Nigel Pearson’s side.
And United fans have now flocked to Twitter to demand that Solskjaer bring Sarr to Old Trafford when the transfer window reopens at the end of the season.
The club’s account posted a video of Ruud van Nistelrooy scoring against Everton back in 2004.
And one fan replied by saying: “Announce sarr imo.”
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A second said: “Announce Sarr.”
“SAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRR,” were the words of a third fan, clearly revelling in Liverpool’s defeat.
Another said: “Announce Sarr x.”
And a fifth supporter said: “Sign Sarr!”
Speaking after the match in Hertfordshire, Liverpool boss Klopp urged his side to bounce back.
“I don’t think you break records because you want to,” said the German said.
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“We would lose a game at some time, it was clear it would happen. We didn’t think about it. Tonight it has happened.
“Now we don’t have to think about the records, we can think about winning games.
“What the players did so far is exceptional. But it’s not over. That’s all I’m interested in.
“We will go again per cent and we will see where it leads us.
“We didn’t expect to win this number of games. But it was never easy.”
Watford counterpart Pearson, meanwhile, admitted he wasn’t getting carrying away after the win.
“I wish I could enjoy the good times a bit more,” the 56-year-old admitted.
“I am already looking at the next game in my own mind.
“It is very satisfying and it is good to get reward for everybody’s work. My job is to steer the ship and try to keep some perspective in terms of where we are.
“It is a very satisfying and fantastic win, but with 10 games left we have got an awful lot of work to do.
“Our season so far has been I suppose littered with disappointment so we have a lot of catching up to do.”
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