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Ashley Young slammed by own fans after Manchester United right-back attempts 11 crosses

‘I’m amazed he was once a winger’: Ashley Young slammed by his own fans after Manchester United right-back attempts 11 crosses against Barcelona without ANY of them finding their target

  • Ashley Young attempted 11 crosses but none of them found their intended target
  • The Manchester United winger has been converted to a full-back in recent years
  • The 33-year-old signed a one-year contract extension at the club in February

Ashley Young was lambasted by his own supporters for his performance against Barcelona on Wednesday night. 

The Manchester United winger, who has been converted to a full-back in recent years, attempted 11 crosses but none of them found their intended target. 

One person said: ‘Watching that last night I’m amazed he was once a winger.’ 

Ashley Young was lambasted by his own supporters for his performance against Barcelona

While another person added: ‘76,000 people could see it in the stadium, millions of fans around the world can see it.

‘Ashley Young is finished at this level and is seriously holding us back. Please, please. Drop him. @ManUtd’

The Red Devils have been linked to Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka and one fan thinks he should replace Young.

They said: ‘I’ve never seen a worse crosser in my life. Sign Wan-Bissaka and have him and [Diogo] Dalot instead of Young.

The Manchester United winger has been converted to a full-back in recent years

The Manchester United winger has been converted to a full-back in recent years

Another fan posted a video of a basketball player consistently missing the hoop to highlight Young’s performance.  

He does not look like he be leaving Old Trafford any time soon, however, as the 33-year-old signed a one-year contract extension for the Red Devils in February.  

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side Wednesday’s quarter-final first-leg match 1-0 as Luke Shaw diverted the ball into his own net. 

United failed to manage a shot on target and have only managed one goal in their last five home Champions League games.  

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