Alejandro Garnacho’s actions after Bournemouth draw could lead to Man Utd exile

This article contains affiliate links, and we will receive a commission on any sales generated from it. Alejandro Garnacho, a Manchester United winger, expressed his frustrations on social media after being substituted off at half-time in a match against Bournemouth. His social media activity suggested his dissatisfaction with the decision, which left manager Erik ten Hag visibly infuriated.

During the match, captain Bruno Fernandes scored twice to salvage a draw for the Red Devils. Despite the team’s performance leaving much to be desired, Ten Hag opted for a tactical change at half-time, leading to Garnacho’s discontent. The player liked and unliked two controversial tweets from YouTuber Mark Goldbridge, indicating his displeasure with the situation.

Garnacho’s social media activity, including liking tweets and posting an ‘upset’ photo on Instagram, may have repercussions as Ten Hag has previously shown he is willing to take action against players for their conduct on social media. The situation remains unresolved, and it is uncertain whether Garnacho will face consequences for his actions.

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