Well, what did you expect from a midfielder playing at centre-back?
Everyone stepped up to play Christian Eriksen offside ahead of Tottenham’s second goal – except Ander Herrera.
United were completely undone and Spurs soared into a two-goal lead courtesy of Lucas Moura.
Herrera struggled in the second instance when he tried to block Moura’s goal-bound effort, too.
Harry Kane had put the away side ahead just two minutes earlier with a perfectly-guided header from a corner.
But fans were quick to point out that Herrera cannot be blamed, because he simply shouldn’t be playing in that position.
Here are the best tweets:
Glazers and Woodward reaping what they sow here. Only so long a makeshift defence – or any defence available – can function. For #mufc it lasted 45 minutes. Herrera looking like what he is for the second goal.
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