Gary Neville called David de Gea 'Poppadom hand' after West Ham's second goal


Manchester United suffered fresh misery at the hands of West Ham United as they slumped to a 2-0 defeat at the London Stadium. 

The Red Devils' squad looked seriously depleted and they have now taken just eight points from their opening six games. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has serious questions to answer - as does Ed Woodward and anyone associated with the decision-making at United right now. 

If the Norwegian wants to spare himself any more agony, he's best off avoiding Sky Sports for the rest of the day. 

Who better to tear his men apart than the baying Roy Keane, Jose Mourinho and Graeme Souness, who were sat in the studio poised to dissect another abysmal United performance. 

However, it was arguably Gary Neville who provided the most cutting line of the day.

The legendary United full-back tries so hard to get behind his former club, even when they continue to disappoint. 

Yet as the second goal rustled into the top corner, courtesy of Aaron Cresswell's excellent free-kick, he made a brutal assessment of David de Gea when the stopper failed to get proper contact on the ball. 

"Poppadom hand", Neville seethed in the footage below: 

Many things have been said about de Gea over the past couple of years, but that's got to be the best of the lot. 

Neville wasn't the only one questioning the Spanish international on Sunday afternoon, either. 

Even before kick-off, Keane was questioning his "character" as the panel debated his new contract and whether it still represents the coup it once would have. 

To be frank, de Gea was the least of United's problems on this occasion.

Their attack was lacklustre, the entire XI seemed to lack motivation and Andriy Yarmolenko and Cresswell produced bits of magic of which United simply didn't look capable. 

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