ARSENAL and Fulham fans became the latest to mock Manchester United with chants during their Premier League games this weekend.
The Red Devils sit second from bottom of the table following a pair of dreadful results at the start of the season.
A 2-1 defeat to Brighton at Old Trafford in their opening fixture was followed up by a 4-0 loss to Brentford.
Bees supporters mocked Erik ten Hag’s men by singing “You’re going down with the Fulham” during their comprehensive victory at the Gtech Community Stadium.
Then this weekend, Arsenal and Fulham supporters followed suit with their own versions of the chant.
As the fans at Craven Cottage watched Fulham beat Brentford 3-2, they began singing “You’re going down with United”.
A couple of hours later, Gunners supporters rolled out the same song at the Vitality Stadium as they eased to a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth.
United have never been relegated from the Premier League.
They moved off the bottom of the table without playing on Sunday after West Ham’s 2-0 defeat to Brighton saw them drop below Ten Hag’s side on goal difference.
The Hammers are the only other side yet to register a point in the Prem so far this season.
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But Ten Hag will be hoping to get off the mark on Monday night when they host Liverpool.
Last season, United were embarrassed by Jurgen Klopp’s side as they succumbed to a brutal 5-0 loss in front of their own fans.
A similar outcome this time around would heap even more pressure on Ten Hag just three games into his reign at the club.