Tyson Fury pays Manchester United after derby loss
WBC heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury knows what he’s talking about when it comes to giving of himself. The British fighter, a fan of Manchester United, lost his temper against the tasteless Red Devils after their loss to neighbor City (0-2) on Saturday.
Tyson Fury does not put violent uppercuts on the rings. He proved it again this weekend after the last home loss to Manchester United, of which the boxer is a big fan. Used to commenting on the news of the Red Devils, the WBC heavyweight world champion did not seem to have tasted their setback in the derby against sworn enemy Manchester City (0-2).
A stinging defeat in the match of the 11th day of the Premier League, which places Cristiano Ronaldo’s partners out of the top 5. Above all, this is the way that did not please the « Gipsy King », while the Mancunians delivered one of their weakest performances this season, at the worst of times. « After today’s loss to City, I think it’s fair to say that United have suffered a worse beating than Deontay Wilder has taken in all of their fights against me, » the one who won there was on Instagram. has a little less than a month an anthology fight against his great rival on the rings.
Fury points to the lack of a « winner mentality »
The 33-year-old Briton, born in Wythenshawe in the southern suburbs of Manchester, went further in his criticism of the performance of Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s players, pointing out their lack of investment on the pitch. « We absolutely crashed there, and I think part of that is because, the players – without disrespecting any of you – it doesn’t seem to me that you are digging deep to try to win these matches, ”analyzed the fighter still undefeated in his career (33 wins, 1 draw).
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Before continuing his comparison with his own fights, again invoking his clashes against Wilder and the importance of having a « winner mentality ». Little doubt that Fury appears to be one less support for the Norwegian coach of the Mancuniens, who are known to be in the hot seat after this fourth Premier League defeat this season.