Tyson Fury was horrified after Paul Pogba missed a decisive penalty against Wolves in the Premier League last night.
Fury, a Manchester United fan, was videoed watching the game by featherweight gymmate Isaac Lowe and gave a brilliant reaction to Rui Patricio's save.
The boxer had been in high spirits after United took the lead, claiming that the Red Devils were going to win the league this season.
But Fury's hopes appeared to be dashed when Wolves equalised through a wonder goal from Portuguese international Ruben Neves, much to the delight of Lowe, who continued to goad the lineal heavyweight champion as his team struggled.
Despite the visible despair on Fury's face, United were given a lifeline when Pogba was awarded a penalty after being brought down in the box by Wolves captain Conor Coady.
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The Gypsy King was delighted with the decision and reluctantly agreed to a five dollar bet with Lowe over whether the Frenchman would convert the spot kick.
It may have came as a surprise to many United fans when they saw Pogba step up rather than Marcus Rashford, who had scored a brilliant penalty against Chelsea during the first game of the season.
Patricio's save shocked Fury and left him with a bemused look on his face, much to the audible delight of Lowe.
The result meant that United dropped their first points of the season and missed the chance to go top of the table and level on points with rivals Arsenal and Liverpool.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping for a reaction from his team on Saturday when they host Crystal Palace at Old Trafford. The Eagles have endured a difficult start to the season, securing just one point from their opening two fixtures.
Fury, meanwhile, is scheduled to fight Otto Wallin on September 14. The Englishman will return to Las Vegas to face the undefeated Swede, after previously defeating Tom Schwarz in the Nevada capital.News Now - Sport News