- A male commuter surprised United squad members at Watford train station after the win
- Things turned sour when Marouane Fellaini asked not to be filmed
- The furious commuter resisted until police stepped in
Players of Manchester United were challenged by an angry commuter at the train station while waiting to board a train back to Manchester after claiming all points against Watford.
According to a UK Mirror report, the male passenger appeared to be in good mood when he hailed Red Devils star, Romelu Lukaku for his role in helping Man United claim maximum points in the 2-1 win, where the Belgium international netted the opener.
However, things went bad when Lukaku’s compatriot and club teammate Marouane Fellaini requested not to be captured on camera and the station’s staff had to step in, before urging the man to leave the players end of the platform.
But the passenger was now furious claiming that he has the right to stand anywhere he wants platform.
At this point, he became increasingly uncontrollable until a member of the British Transport Police had to be called in to help calm the situation.
Interestingly, the Red Devils are regular users of the station while traveling to and from games, but the man was surprised by their behaviour on the day.
The Jose Mourinho tutored-side are now enjoying a new lease of life, after making it two consecutive wins at Vicarage Road, as well as beating Burnley before the first international break of the season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that two first half goals from Romelu Lukaku (35’ minute) and Chris Smalling (38’ minute) was all that Manchester United needed to continue their two-game winning run against Watford on Saturday, September 15.
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