David De Gea Drops Cryptic Tweet After Man United EPL Defeat to Newcastle

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David de Gea has sent social media buzzing with reactions as he drops a cryptic tweet after Manchester United were defeated by Newcastle in the Premier League, MySportDab reports.

Anthony Gordon’s second half goal was enough to hand Newcastle United a crucial win in their pursuit of a top four finish.

A lot went wrong for Man United in the game as they fell to the spirited effort of the Eddie Howe-led team.

United seemed to have lacked cohesion throughout the game and were struggling to contain a more dominant Newcastle side.

At a point, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag rowed with his striker Anthony Martial for failing to back track and cover his spaces as Newcastle United proceeded on an offensive which nearly resulted in a goal.

The Dutch was visibly annoyed with the French striker, and had to sub him off in the 61st minute.

After the match, David de Gea took to his social media handle to drop a cryptic tweet which has left netizens at a loss.

De Gea dropped an ice-watered emoji with no clues as to what he meant or intended to say.

There has been a barrage of reactions to the tweet with some fans thinking he is mocking Man United after the loss to Newcastle while others think the post is sublimely unrelated to the Man United match.

It is not the first time David de Gea has dropped cryptic tweets on social media but the trend started after he was released from Manchester United after his contract expired.

We reported earlier, de Gea dropped a yawning emoji which seem to signify tiredness following the back-and-forth of his contract renewal before he finally left the club.

He also dropped an emoji when he was linked to a return to Manchester United, and has been doing same some moments after Man United matches.

De Gea is still without a club since he left Manchester United in June 2023 but has been linked to top clubs in Europe, including Saudi Arabia.

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