Former Man United midfielder Paul Scholes has called some of the football his old club are playing under Louis van Gaal "miserable".
Despite Van Gaal taking United to third in the table in his first season in charge, some critics have had issues with the style of play employed by the Dutchman.
Another ex-player, Gary Neville, caused a stir when he compared them to a pub side earlier this season, while Scholes also has issues.
Writing in the Independent in the wake of the midweek win over Burnley, he said:
Retired Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes has shown he still has it - by chipping the goalkeeper from his own half in a five-a-side match.
Scholes, who quit as a professional at the end of the last season, scored the stunner for Chaddy Park Legends in their Over 35s Vets League.
Scholes was on the red carpet last night for the premiere of the Class of '92 film.
Midfielder Paul Scholes has been brought on as a substitute in Manchester United's match against West Brom.
This is Scholes' 718th and final game before his retirement.
He was booked for "unsporting behaviour" following a tackle on Claudio Yacob.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has confirmed his retirement for a second time.
The 38-year-old will retire at the end of the season.