Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag faced boos at Old Trafford for his decision to substitute striker Ramus Hojlund in the second half of their dismal 3-1 home defeat to Brighton.
The Red Devils’ difficult start to the season continued with Ten Hag’s side having been ruthlessly exposed at home by Brighton.
Danny Welbeck gave the Seagulls a first half lead, with Pascal Gross putting the visitors 2-0 up after the break.
The home fans expressed their frustration at proceedings when Ten Hag opted to substitute Hojlund, with the £75m summer signing’s home debut ending in the 64th minute.
Hojlund was withdrawn for Martial, with the decision greeted by a series of boos from the home supporters.
Erik ten Hag’s decision to substitute Rasmus Hojlund in the second half was greeted by boos
Man United’s misery was increased when Joao Pedro put the visitors 3-0 up, before Hannibal Mejbri’s consolation effort.
A smattering of boos greeted the full-time whistle as Man United fell to a 3-1 defeat.
The result saw Man United slide to a third defeat in their opening five matches of the season.
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