Man United players worn black armbands in today’s game against Swansea in respect to the dead fans in Calabar, Nigeria. Manchester United Tweets; The... Man United, Today mourns dead fans in Calabar, draws Home match against Swansea

Man United players worn black armbands in today’s game against Swansea in respect to the dead fans in Calabar, Nigeria.

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The English premiership side took to Twitter to announce that their players will wear black armbands during today’s match against Swansea City to mourn the football fans who died last week when they got electrocuted while watching the game between Manchester United and Anderlecht at a viewing center in Calabar.

Manchester United missed the chance to move into the Premier League top four as Gylfi Sigurdsson’s free-kick earned Swansea a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Wayne Rooney’s penalty on the stroke of half-time, controversially awarded after Marcus Rashford went down under a challenge from Lukasz Fabianski, appeared to have United on course for victory before Sigurdsson curled in 11 minutes from time.

The point was well deserved and could prove precious for Swansea, who remain in the relegation zone, two points behind Hull with three games remaining to preserve their Premier League status.

Where the tragedy happened in Calabar;

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