Man Utd fans are losing patience with Antony after the Brazilian made a ‘useless’ rainbow flick attempt against Bournemouth

MANCHESTER UNITED fans took aim at Antony after the latter made a “stupid” attempt to hit a rainbow during the game against Bournemouth.

The 23-year-old Brazilian tried to pull off that daring trick in the first half of the Premier League clash on the south coast.

Antony's rainbow shot backfired as Man Utd fans furious with him


Antony’s rainbow shot backfired as Man Utd fans furious with himPhoto credit: Getty

But he failed to do so as he lost the ball for Erik ten Hag’s side at Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

And the awkward moment led to Red Devils supporters taking to social media to criticize him.

One said: “What was that stupid movie Antony was trying to do there?”

Another added: “What useless skill did Antony try out there?πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚”

A third replied: “Are my eyes fooling me or has Antony attempted a rainbow movie?”

And a fourth replied: “There’s something seriously wrong with Antony’s brain.”

“Why are you doing rainbow flicks and back heels when you can’t even consistently pass a ball?”

Antony has 10 goals and five assists in 46 appearances this season.


His performances have divided opinion among Man Utd supporters.

And club legend Peter Schmeichel railed against the South American winger after he attacked Alexis Mac Allister during Man Utd’s defeat by Brighton earlier in the month.

He told Premier League Productions: “I don’t like the reaction, it’s crazy and he’s very lucky to stay on the pitch because that’s a red card, there’s no doubt about that.”

“You can’t do that. And then he reacts like this. You can’t do that as a Man Utd player, you have to behave. That’s revenge, you can’t do that, you can’t do that in a football game.”

“[Erik] Ten Hag is very disappointed, even more so when they lost the game because of the way one of their players reacted.”


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