Manchester United fans get furious as Hotstar shows random matches instead of Man Utd vs Sheffield United
Manchester United fans get furious as Hotstar shows random matches instead of Man Utd vs Sheffield United

As Manchester United take on Sheffield United in their second returning fixture of the Premier League, Disney+ Hotstar - the streaming service that shows Premier League matches live in India - is showing random matches, and fans are furious.

"Holy s**t @DisneyPlusHS how much worse is your service going to get?! Air the United match and not goal rush what the f**K," wrote one user.

"No one gives a f**k about the goal rush. And this what you're saying is goal rush ain't that. Get your head out of your ass," wrote another user to Hotstar customer service on Twitter.

Here are some more reactions:

Replying to one user, Hotstar replied to one of the users saying, "Goal Rush is the part of the received match feed. We are just streaming the match as received from PL. Appreciate your understanding."

Manchester United fans get furious as Hotstar shows random matches instead of Man Utd vs Sheffield United

Meanwhile, United on Tuesday announced that Scott McTominay has signed a new contract, extending his stay until June 2025. "We are delighted to announce that Scott McTominay has signed a new contract, which will keep him at the club until June 2025, with the option to extend for a further year," the club had said in a statement.

"Yeah, I'm delighted that we've managed to tie down Scotty until 2025. He's been part of this club for so many years now, and he knows what it takes to get to the top. He's developing all the time for us. Since I came in, he's been absolutely brilliant. He's a top, humble human being who always wants to learn, and he's got leadership qualities as well," the club's official website quoted Solskjaer as saying.

Manchester United, who are placed on the fifth spot on Premier League table, witnessed a 1-1 draw against Tottenham after returning to action following a long coronavirus-enforced break.

The manager said they want to build momentum but do not want to think too far ahead.

"Of course, we want to build momentum and win games, because if you can win back-to-back games or two or three games, it's going to give you that momentum and a gap maybe. But we have to think 'next game'. Just win the next one, win the next one. So if you go one game at a time, I think that's the only thing we have to concentrate on now. It's a mini-league, a mini-season, and don't think too far ahead," he said.

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