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“LET Him Pack his things and Leave I don’t want to see him in my Club Again, He didn’t score an open Net and caused the FA Cup today”- Pep Guardiola has instructed Manchester City FLOP to leave the Club with immediate effec

Following Manchester City’s 2-1 FA Cup final loss to Manchester United, supporters of the team targeted two of their own players on social media.

Against the same side they defeated in the previous year’s FA Cup final, City was the favorite to win the FA Cup for the second time in a row.

However, Erik ten Hag’s team completely upended the plan from the start, with Alejandro Garnacho racing in to tap the ball over the line after a long ball caused havoc in the City defense.

After that, Kobbie Mainoo made it 2-0 by completing a fantastic team play up close to give United the lead at the half.

Then, in the second half, goalkeeper Andre Onana produced a number of vital stops, and Erling Haaland almost scored when he struck the crossbar.

After that, Jeremy Doku scored late to give City hope, but United held on to win the title and end their season.

However, Haaland did not score on the day, and Kevin De Bruyne was also replaced on after a challenging afternoon at Wembley, on minute 56.

Additionally, City supporters criticized both players online.

“De Bruyne was horrible, perhaps still little hurt,” one person commented.

“Martinez winning headers against Haaland seems awful to say the least,” a third person said.

“They stated De Bruyne is better than Kroos and Modric,” said a fourth.

Although the loss at Wembley will be detrimental to Pep Guardiola and his team’s efforts to cap off the season in the best possible way, City nevertheless concluded the season with their fourth straight Premier League trophy.

Questions surrounding Erik ten Hag’s future as manager will persist for both United and the Dutchman, but he has done neither party any harm with his outstanding tactical approach and performance at Wembley.

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