Man Utd flop Donny van de Beek suffers embarrassing toilet mishap during Chelsea draw

Donny van de Beek was once again forced to watch a Manchester United Premier League game from the bench, sitting through the Red Devils’ 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge


Posted Monday, March 01, 2021 by Dailystar.co.uk

Manchester United flop Donny van de Beek suffered and embarrassing toilet mishap during the draw against Chelsea.

The Dutchman sat through a 12th Premier League game from the bench, watching his side battle to a 0-0 draw against the Blues at Stamford Bridge.

It means the midfielder remains on 26 appearances since arriving from Ajax for £40m over the summer.

And the Telegraph have reported that he suffered an embarrassing slip-up off the pitch in London.

Van de Beek went for a toilet break as the match came to close - but he went into the ladies’ restrooms.

These were the nearest facilities to the United bench as the Dutchman looked for a quick escape.

Man Utd flop Donny van de Beek suffers embarrassing toilet mishap during Chelsea draw
Man United flop Donny van de Beek suffered an embarrassing toilet mishap during the draw against Chelsea

But the 23-year-old was able to avoid an awkward encounter in the toilets as they were “empty”.

Van de Beek has only started 11 of his 26 appearances in the red shirt, with just two of them coming in the league campaign.

His last taste of a kick off came at the start of February, playing 73 minutes of the FA Cup fifth-round win over West Ham - which was forced into extra time.

But Solskjaer’s former team-mate Dwight Yorke has warned the manager that he must do more to help the struggling star.

He told United’s official website: “I feel for players because they come in with a big fee and expectations at a football club like United.

“Donny's come in as a big-name summer signing for us and a lot is expected of him.

“You know, when you come to this club, there is competition for places and it's not straightforward. You've got to earn the right to be in the team.

“He's found himself in an unusual position and he has to fight hard and show determination to overcome this and get into the team.

“He'll get the chance to impress the manager, who is seeing him on a daily basis in training, but the performances and the results have largely been fantastic so the manager is caught with his hands behind his back.

“He needs to pick the players who are getting results to this point and a manager, as an aspiring manager myself, these are the problems you want.

“You're trying to manage these players in the right circumstances but it will be very hard for van de Beek.”



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