VIDEO: United made favourites to life the FA Cup despite underwhelming show

Written by Nathon Woodhead on . Posted in Videos

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Manchester United visited Cambridge United in an FA Cup fourth round which had ‘giant killing’ written all over it.

With over 70 places and millions of pounds the difference between the two clubs, Manchester United, on paper should have brushed aside the League Two outfit – but as it were, the boys in amber gave as good as they got and were up for a scrap.

United boss Louis Van Gaal opted for a flat back four and midfield diamond to the delight of the fans – however failed to cause any real problems for the opposition.

Once again defensively sound and not conceding, you could be lead to believe the outcry for attacking flair is far greater than the need for new defenders.

Although Manchester United never looked like losing – the backlash from the fans after the match for failing to win was quite astonishing.

Pride of all Europe‘s YouTube host Nathon Woodhead reviews the FA Cup tie and looks at post-match fan reaction from Twitter.

Should this match have been comfortably won or did the magic of the cup take over?

For those who do not believe in the magic of the cup, all that is needed is looking at the other results from round 4 showing anything can happen. Maybe an away draw was not so bad after all?

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