How Manchester United coach was turned into a hen by the internet [VIDEO]

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Manchester United achieved a memorable victory against traditional rivals Arsenal in the English Premier League (EPL) last weekend. The match was taken to another level when United coach Louis Van Gaal decided to mimic Arsenal players diving to provide humor and sarcasm at a point in the match.

Manchester United went into the match having 15 first-team players injured. The match was predicted to be a one-sided affair with Arsenal taking the reins from the start. However, it was not to be as Manchester United’s young guns took the charge and it proved to be enough for Arsenal to digest.

Marcus Rashford was the man of the moment, as the 19-year-old netted in two goals. The Old Trafford youngster scored his fourth goal in two appearances for the Red Devils. Rashford was probably the boost United needed considering their disastrous season so far.

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Another treat for the  Manchester United supporters was seeing the debut of yet another academy graduate, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson in the match. The youngster came in to replace an injured Marcos Rojo.

During the match, Van Gaal ventured down into the technical area and showed his dissatisfaction over some of the officiating. He was seen having an animated conversation with fourth referee Mike Dean. Dean however got an amazing front row view of Van Gaal’s theatrics.

The Internet has gone crazy since the Dutchman has showcased his acting skills and many viral posts and memes have shared space on the social media. We all know how internet reacts when something out of the ordinary happens in this world.

However, this video has stood out from the rest and shows Van Gaal transforming into a hen before coming back to his true self. Have a look at the video for yourself.

Video courtesy: YouTube.com/ Stefan Zijlstra

Picture courtesy: Paul Blank/Wikipedia.org

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