Coventry City fan orders shirts celebrating 4-3 FA Cup ‘victory’ over Man Utd

Coventry City fan orders shirts celebrating 4-3 FA Cup ‘victory’ over Man Utd

The Championship side faced last year’s finalists at Wembley last Saturday (April 21) and narrowly lost 4-2 on penalties. They had made a dramatic comeback after being 3-0 down against Erik ten Hag’s side, scoring three goals in 25 minutes, including a 95th-minute penalty equalizer by Haji Wright.

The Sky Blues fans thought they had completed a remarkable comeback when Victor Torp scored in the 120th minute to lead 4-3. However, VAR ruled Wright offside, overturning the goal.

The game then went to penalties, with United emerging victorious. Despite the disappointing loss, Coventry’s spirited performance left their supporters proud and provided them with a memorable moment.

Will Coventry be in contention for promotion to the Premier League next season? After images of the t-shirts were shared on social media, there were various reactions to the post.

One fan commented, “they’re gonna milk this for centuries,” while another stated, “this is without doubt the saddest thing I’ve ever seen.” However, a Coventry fan had a different perspective, saying, “We know we lost.

Why can’t we have a laugh with ourselves?” The matter also prompted discussions about treating community members to competitions, special offers, promotions, and adverts.

Additionally, instructions were provided for how to leave the community. Another comment expressed doubt about a team’s performance and speculated about the future of a particular individual in the dressing room.


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