By Gabriel Agbonlahor

4th Oct, 2022 | 5:35pm

Agbonlahor names six Man United 'bottle jobs' who deserve fines as 'embarrassing' footage emerges

Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez, Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen should be fined by Man United, according to Gabby Agbonlahor.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-Aston Villa and England attacker claimed Man United were “embarrassed” on a global scale during their 6-3 defeat to Man City on Sunday (2 October).

Erling Haaland and Phil Foden both scored a hat-trick to secure the win at the Etihad.

They were shown joking after the game about who will keep the match ball and Agbonlahor has claimed that is indicative of Man United’s current status.

He told Football Insider‘s Connor Whitley: “A leopard doesn’t change its spots.

“Some of these players are, for me, bottle jobs. They turned up when they had the home crowd on their side against Arsenal, against Liverpool.

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“When it comes to away from home, it’s same old Man United. The players that Man United had, they should be doing a lot better.

“Nobody wanted the ball, they were giving it away, nobody showed composure, there were nervous passes from Rashford and McTominay. Fernades was woeful and Eriksen was dreadful.

“Varane and Martinez were pathetic. Martinez looked like a little boy trying to mark Haaland. There are problems there.

“Everyone was getting carried away by Man United’s decent form. You don’t lose 6-3 in a derby, you don’t let two players score a hat-trick against you.

“It’s the most embarrassing result I’ve seen in recent years from Man United. It just shows that you are an easy touch.

“All those players and the manager should get fined by the club for embarrassing the club across the world, to be honest.

“Two players were laughing because they both got a hat-trick in the derby. If that doesn’t show how miles off it you are as a club then nothing will.”

In other news, Man United have been told to seal a deal for a David de Gea replacement “urgently” after a “world-class” update.