Man United's Indonesian Twitter account goes viral with post after Liverpool win Premier League


It’s a hard time for anyone associated with Manchester United right now.

Liverpool have just won the Premier League and their fans aren’t going to shut up about it for a while.

Man United are still on top when it comes to league titles, though. They have 20 and Liverpool are now one back.

But the Reds will be favourites to retain their title next season - and if that happens, United fans can really start to panic.

Where major trophies are concerned, Liverpool are back on top after collecting a 43rd honour.

But Man United will want to focus only on league titles and the club’s official Indonesian Twitter account went viral on Friday afternoon after posting a tweet reminding everyone about their 20 titles.

They posted images of Fred and Eric Bailly, who wear 17 and three respectively for the Red Devils.

Add those numbers and what do you get?

Cheeky, right.


It wasn’t United’s main Twitter account - that would have been incredible - but the club’s supporters still enjoyed it.

Anything to soften the blow of Liverpool winning the title, right?


Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted Liverpool's title success "hurt".

"Well done to Jurgen [Klopp] and his players. Every time you see anyone else lift the trophy it hurts," he said, per Football365.

“I reckon that’s the feeling everyone associated with Manchester United - all our players, staff supporters - we want to get back to winning ways and that’s our challenge.”

There are plenty of reasons for United and their supporters to be optimistic about the future, even if it stings a bit right now.

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