Crystal Palace 4-0 Man United: Great win for the host.

Crystal Palace 4-0 Man Utd: Michael Olise’s brace led the charge as the Eagles dominated

With a dazzling performance at Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace demolished Manchester United, putting Erik ten Hag’s future with the Red Devils in jeopardy. From the beginning, the home team had the upper hand and controlled possession. Then, in the twelfth minute, Michael Olise opened the score by cutting past Casemiro and putting the ball in the goal from within the box. Palace never looked back after that. As United’s defense collapsed time and time again, Jean-Philippe Mateta maintained his incredible form at home by slipping past Andre Onana and launching a shot.

There were additional goals in the second half. Adam Wharton found Joachim Andersen at the far post with a short corner, and Andersen crossed the ball to Tyrick Mitchell for a tap-in. Then, with a night to forget, Olise scored his second goal and Palace’s fourth after Casemiro mishandled the ball deep in his own half. After Daniel Munoz squared a pass, Olise once again sent a long-range effort beyond Onana.

Numerous insignificant incidents of incompetence compound to create a bigger picture as United’s poor season approaches the brink of true catastrophe. They currently sit seventh in the Premier League standings, outside of the European spots and with little chance of improving in the weeks left of the current campaign. This was a club record—their 13th defeat of the season.

Ten Hag needs to realize that his chances of keeping his job are diminishing, if they haven’t already. And that’s if he wants to stay at all. It’s understandable that he would feel differently, especially in light of reports in the German media that Bayern Munich is showing interest. There is now a real chance that this pathetic United side will not play in Europe. That would be a disastrous result for United as a team and for Ten Hag personally. The fall at Palace caught no one’s attention, and they didn’t consider how it might affect the balance sheet in the end.

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