Manchester United suffered one of the most shocking comeback defeats in the history of the Premier League this morning, blowing a 3-1 lead to newly-promoted Leicester City to lose 5-3.
Leonardo Ulloa pushed past a brace and Jamie Vardy played the match of his life in the bright Foxes second-half attack.
Louis van Gaal was hoping to put the difficult start to the season behind him and build on last weekend’s big win, but instead they went one step forward and three steps back.
Taking advantage of the opportunity, Liverpool’s new and enigmatic striker Mario Balotelli took to Twitter to poke fun at the suffering Red Devils.
Unfortunately, the massive reply by those opposing Balotelli’s remarks were largely racist in nature, showing social media can still be a hotbed for disgusting racial abuse and fervent fan hatred.
Liverpool, by the way, has three defeats in five matches so far this season, but misery enjoys company and Balotelli probably wanted someone to suffer with him.