Manchester United F.C. troll Andy Murray

Tennis: Andy's brother Jamie was a happy man on Saturday after United beat Arsenal F.C.

Author: Dzevad Mesic | 2017-12-06 09:00 | 5333 reads

Highly-popular English football team Manchester United have poked fun at tennis superstar Andy Murray.

Murray, a three-time Grand Slam champion, is an Arsenal F.C. fan.

On the other side, the 30-year-old's brother Jamie roots for Manchester United.

United defeated Arsenal in an away match this past weekend by a 3-1 score.

Jamie met United star Zlatan Ibrahimovic as he paid a visit to the team on Monday.

The Scottish doubles specialist was a happy fan on Saturday night.

ht points to the top-ranked Manchester City.

On the other side, Arsenal are far behind by City by a 15-point margin. 

United and Arsenal will meet at least one more time this year in the second part of the English Premier League next year.

Also read: High school in Dunblane sells "I love Murray" shirts and mugs for charity


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