Man United enthusiastic about a fan’s ‘fist ceremony’ in the crowd… Who are you?

Manchester United won 2-1 in the second leg of the UEFA Europa League round of 16 playoff against Barcelona held at Old Trafford, their home stadium, on the 24th. Manchester United, who drew 2-2 in the last game, won the first and second games 4-3 with this victory and settled in the round of 16.

Manchester United gave up the opening goal to Lewandowski in the 18th minute of the first half, but Fred’s equalizer in the 2nd minute of the second half and Anthony Santos’ come-from-behind goal in the 28th minute of the second half.

Especially when the come-from-behind goal was scored, many Manchester United fans and media watched a fan in the stands. He was wearing a black cap, and when the goal came from behind, he smiled and clapped seals. And then, he showed his ‘fist ceremony’, shaking his fists tightly.

A ceremony of joy that is not unusual for Manchester United fans. However, because he is a special person, all Manchester United officials have accepted him as special. The main character was none other than Manchester United’s eternal legend, manager Alex Ferguson.

Ferguson is regarded as one of the greatest managers in Manchester United history and one of the best managers in world football history. Ferguson is the main character who transformed a mediocre team, Manchester United, into the world’s best team. 온라인바카라

Ferguson managed Manchester United for 27 years, from 1986 to 2013. He has won a total of 38 championships, including 13 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cup titles and 2 UEFA Champions League titles. He also achieved the first treble in English football.

Manchester United and its fans were enthusiastic after seeing Ferguson’s ‘fist ceremony’ for the first time in a long time. Britain’s ‘Daily Mail’ reported, “When Sir Ferguson scored a come-from-behind goal, he was captured. He enthusiastically celebrated with applause and fist ceremony. Just like old times!”

The media then explained, “This image of Ferguson is very familiar to Manchester United fans. When Ferguson led Manchester United in the past, he could often be seen smiling brightly and swinging his fists. The appearance on this day was the same as in the past.”

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