'I love you but delete this' – Man Utd fans horrified at Bailly's botched apology tweet after he posts pic of own goal

MANCHESTER UNITED fans told Eric Bailly to delete his botched apology for Saturday's derby defeat to Man City.

The centre-back opened the scoring, albeit in his own net.

The Red Devils rolled over for City at Old Trafford and lost the game 2-0.

Bailly tweeted: "Nobody is more frustrated than me. I have to keep my head up, no excuses."

Pictures of his own goal accompanied the apology.

One fan responded: "I love you bro but delete this."

Another said: "You posted the picture of you scoring an own goal?"

Bailly was politely advised by others to delete the pictures in the apology post.

A Man Utd fan replied: "Hello Eric. We all make bad decisions chap. However, it's probably not a great shout to post the image of you finishing fantastically well into your own net?


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Bailly is the second United player to have a social media gaffe shortly after Saturday's damming defeat.

Bruno Fernandes' Twitter account appears to be ran by the same person who manages Arsenal ace Gabriel Martinelli's socials.

A pic was posted on Fernandes' Twitter of some Gunners stars with the caption 'Gooood vibes'.

Martinelli's Instagram had the exact same picture and caption.

One fan fumed: "Bruno Fernandes posting (now deleted) a picture of some Arsenal lads. 

"I presume one of them is Portuguese and they share the same social media team. Either way this is a f***ing disaster. 

"Never understand why these a*******s don’t tweet themselves."

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