SPECSAVERS mercilessly mocked Manchester United YouTuber Mark Goldbridge after his Liverpool prediction.
The supporter took to Twitter to make his bold claim about how United would get on against Jurgen Klopp’s side.
After the team news came out, he wrote to his 360,000 followers: “That Liverpool side….looks very beatable without Mane, Matip and Fabinho. We’ll see…”
But Goldbridge could not have been more wrong as United were ripped to shreds.
Naby Keita and Diogo Jota opened the scoring before Mo Salah helped himself to a hat-trick in the 5-0 rout at Old Trafford.
And the social media admin at Specsavers could not resist the cheeky jab after Goldbridge recently secured some sponsors for his channel.
They replied: “Still looking for a brand partnership?”
And plenty on Twitter enjoyed the banter from the opticians with the divisive United fan.
One replied: “If somebody took their time on their day off to open up the Twitter account and tweet this, they deserve a raise.”
Another said: “I don’t even need glasses but how can I give @Specsavers some money for this tweet?”
And a third simply added: “Absolutely savage,” accompanied by pictures of Sir Alex Ferguson and Kenny Dalglish’s contrasting reactions to the fifth goal going in.
Both footballing legends were in the stands at Old Trafford to witness the mauling live.
Fergie responded by puffing his cheeks and shaking his head in dismay.
The cameras then cut to Liverpool icon Dalglish who was uncontrollably chuckling away as the goals rained into David De Gea’s net.
Sunday’s result leaves Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fighting for his job with Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane the front-runners to replace him in the dugout.
But Gary Neville reckons the Red Devils board will not sack the Norwegian just yet.
He said: “You’re at Manchester United, it’s a big boys’ game, it’s a big boys’ club and you lose a game against Liverpool 5-0 at home, you’re going to come under horrific pressure.
“What I’ve got no doubts is that the club is different today, if this was in the media post-Sir Alex Ferguson aftermath, Ole would be in massive trouble tonight.
“I think the club will hold their nerve, I don’t think they’ve planned for a new manager in this season, I think they’ll get to the end of the season, I think they’ll sit with Ole until the end of the season.
“I know there’ll be a massive outcry from fans, from the media, from everybody that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should be sacked and I can understand that after that game, 5-0.
“It’s nowhere near good enough, that was a monstrously bad day, it takes some recovery.”