Neal Maupay aims brutal dig at Man Utd player in latest sh*thouse move


Neal Maupay aimed a brutal dig at a Manchester United player following Brentford’s dramatic draw on Saturday.

Brentford recorded a remarkable stat as they drew 1-1 with Man United at the Gtech Community Stadium.

Mason Mount put the Red Devils ahead in the 96th minute to bring up his first goal for the club since his summer switch from Chelsea.

Kristoffer Ajer equalised in the 99th minute as he slotted home from Ivan Toney’s pass to earn a point.

Maupay, who came off the bench in the second-half, has continued his sh*thouse ways as he taunted Scott McTominay on social media.

The Bees forward has had recent run-ins with Manchester City’s Kyle Walker and Tottenham’s James Maddison.

And he’s continued to live up to his sh*thouse moniker by poking fun at Man United’s McTominay.

The Frenchman posted a picture of himself clashing with the midfielder, accompanied with the caption: “This fan was desperate for my shirt,” complete with a laughing face emoji.

This fan was desperate for my shirt 😂

— Neal Maupay (@nealmaupay_) March 31, 2024

After the game, Thomas Frank said he ‘almost lost faith in the football god’ before his team scored to level against Man United.

“How we didn’t win this game is incredible. It was the most one-sided 1-1 game,” he said.

“There should have been only one winner in the game, that could only be us.

“Then you go 1-0 down in the 96th minute and you think football is brutal. I almost lost faith in the football god but he gave a bit back.” 

Brentford, who currently occupy 15th place, move five points clear of 18th-placed Luton Town following their point.

They resume their league campaign against Brighton next Wednesday.

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