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17th Oct 2021

Man Utd fan produced hilarious live reaction to Rashford and Vardy goals

Callum Boyle

The celebrations lasted for seconds

Running a YouTube fan account can be a tough gig. When you’re winning, it’s all sunshine and rainbows but when you’re losing, your reaction is a meme for everybody to laugh at. Mark Goldbridge is no stranger to this.

As part of the United Stand YouTube channel, Goldbridge is well-known for reactions to United games, often losing his cool and temper to the delight of social media.

United’s defeat at the hands of Leicester provided Twitter with another memorable Goldbridge moment on Saturday afternoon.

A dismal United display had seen them fall 2-1 behind with minute to go, only for Marcus Rashford to come on from the bench to and equalise in his first appearance of the season.

Unfortunately for Goldbridge, any joy was short-lived. Almost instantly from the restart, Leicester went up the other end and restored their lead, courtesy of Jamie Vardy.

Goldbridge couldn’t hide his delight at the equaliser, but soon had egg on his face as his mood plummeted in a matter of seconds as Leicester went back in front.

Shouting “WE’RE BACK IN IT… OH FOR F*CK SAKE!” – before turning with his head in his hands saying “I can’t f*****g believe this” – it was a rollercoaster of emotions.

Goldbridge’s mood then sunk even lower as he then watched United sum up their disappointing day at the office by conceding a fourth goal.

His frustrations boiled over as he slammed the table in disgust but at the same time, there was no element of surprise to watching his side throw away the chance of coming away with something and fall further away in the race for the Premier League title.

He didn’t know originally as he was heard saying: “People are saying it’s 4-2.

“It better not be 4-2.

“It’s 4-2…”

Watching the events unfold as Patson Daka tucked home at the near post, Goldbridge described watching United as a “field full of cows on laxatives.”

He also seems pretty resigned that the writing is on the wall for Solskjaer, but held back and didn’t admit he wanted the Norwegian to be sacked but came to the conclusion that he “isn’t good enough” claiming he was as useful as a “solar-power cave light.”

A bad day for Goldbridge, but a great day for those who love to laugh at United.

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