A UK-based media outlet, Mirror Soccer, mistook a satire put up relating to Imran Khan’s criticism of Manchester United management. Within the story, it was written that Imran Khan took a dig at Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire, for his poor management and defending abilities.


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In a totally made-up story by a satire media outlet referred to as The Dependent, Khan was quoted as saying:

An estimated 660 million Manchester United followers have Harry Maguire as their captain and chief, are you able to think about Maguire or Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saying, ‘sab se pehlay aap ne ghabraana nahi hai [first of all don’t you worry]’?.

Mirror UK mistook the satire put up as a authentic story and posted it on their web site. The story and the put up on Twitter have since been deleted.

The put up induced a meltdown on Twitter. Let’s take a look at a few of the tweets:

The others took the story actually.


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The Dependent took a dig at Mirror Soccer, Imran Khan and Harry Maguire, killing two birds with one stone.

The Dependent, which in itself is a parody of a well-known media outlet, The Impartial, posts sarcastic tales relating to real-life conditions. This isn’t the primary time their posts have been taken severely, and it in all probability received’t be the final.



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