Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was furious with Harry Maguire during the win over Bournemouth. United eventually ran out 5-2 winners to keep the pressure on the top four.
But Maguire was given the spin by Junior Stanislas for the opener, as Bournemouth took the lead against the run of play.
The winger jinked past Maguire before flashing his shot in between David de Gea and the post.
And while De Gea copped most of the fury on social media, Solskjaer was visibly furious with Maguire during the first drinks break of the game.
The BT cameras picked up Solskjaer giving Maguire daggers and apparently delivering a dressing down to his captain.
Maguire and De Dea were the pair picked out by Roy Keane after the Tottenham match just after the Premier League restart.
Keane launched a furious rant about the pair underperforming and allowing Steven Bergwijn to score.
And both were involved as Bournemouth took the lead this morning.
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But fortunately for both United’s front three were red hot.
Mason Greenwood was the star of the show with an emphatic double while Marcus Rashford scored from the spot, Anthony Martial hit a wonder goal and Bruno Fernandes scored a free kick.
Josh King also scored for Bournemouth after Eric Bailly gave away a penalty in the second half.
And Rio Ferdinand warned United they need to improve at the back.
“[United are] in unbelievable form,” Ferdinand said on BT Sport.
“Going forward, you’ve got every reason to be optimistic with this team, it’s so exciting watching them.
“But defending, there’s every reason to be pessimistic as well.
“So it’s a funny one but that man in the picture there, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, will know he’s on the right path at the moment.
“We haven’t Man United in this type of form going forward and looking so fluid and comfortable in a long while.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer however preferred to concentrate on the positives.
“Very, very happy with today – with the energy in the team and the goals we scored,” the Norwegian said.
“I think that was a game for the fans. That is definitely one the Stretford end would have enjoyed.
“They are on the same team and working towards one common goal.
“That is one of the positive things about the forwards they are good friends and keep challenging each other.”
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