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Man Utd's worst 5 Premier League seasons as Brighton mauling confirms record-low total
Manchester United knew before their clash with Brighton & Hove Albion would make the 2021/22 season the club's worst since the inception of the Premier League in terms of points totals.The performance from the team in an abject 4-0 loss showed exactly why this team has managed to accrue such a meagre total.Erik ten Hag has been confirmed as the new manager from next season and while you could say the only way is up for this team after they reached a Premier League nadir, the Dutchman would have been concerned by so many aspects of the performance on the south coast on Saturday.United could still make it to 61 points if they win on the final day of the campaign at Crystal Palace, although that would leave them short of some of the worst efforts put together over a 38-game campaign.Here are the others that rival it...This season was always going to be a challenging one.After the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes filled the vacant position at Old Trafford and took charge of the champions. Is this the worst Manchester United team of the Premier League era? Let us know in the comments section below!However, Moyes missed out on a number of key transfer targets, ended up adding Marouane Fellaini in the summer and the team suffered badly, clearly lacking direction without the inspired leadership of Ferguson.Moyes was sacked before the end of the season when it was confirmed United could not qualify for the Champions League, triggering a managerial merry-go-round the club is still stuck on.The infamous Jose Mourinho third season.After finishing in second place the campaign before, there was an expectation that United would kick on to challenge for the Premier League.
Lyon fans riot and destroy own stadium after West Ham batter them in Europa League
Europa League by West Ham United on Thursday night.Goals from Craig Dawson, Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen sealed an unforgettable 3-0 victory for David Moyes' side on what turned out to be one of the most momentous evenings in West Ham's recent history.Things got ugly after the full-time whistle though as flares were set off in the home end and barricades went flying as dozens of angry French fans clashed with stewards - and eventually police - as they battled their way towards the pitch inside Lyon's Groupama Stadium.Lyon, who were narrow favourites to progress to the semi-finals, found themselves 2-0 at half-time following a quickfire double from the visitors just before the interval, and boos rang out across the ground as the players headed back to the dressing rooms.The Hammers added a third shortly after the restart and the atmosphere began to turn a little toxic. TalkSPORT's Ian Abrahams described the scenes at full-time."Well the reaction from the West Ham fans is obviously overjoyed, but not the Lyon fans, we have a bit of a problem now emerging at both ends behind the goals.How do you think UEFA should punish clubs whose fans riot like this? Let us know in the comments section."Behind one goal there was basically barriers separating the fans from the pitch and those barriers have now been pushed up against the police," he added."One of the barriers have been pushed over and two flares have been lit and now the other end to replicate that, again the fans have jumped over the initial hoardings and are now pushing against the metal barriers to try and get to the police."The Lyon fans are really not happy about the situation tonight.