Edwin van der Sar had a four-letter response to Usain Bolt when the two discussed Manchester United’s draw with Everton.
But they conceded a free-kick, and the ball was launched into the box for Dominic Calvert-Lewin to fire home a last-gasp leveller in the fifth minute of added time.
It was second time in the game Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side had thrown away their lead, after they had been 2-0 up by half-time in Saturday’s clash at Old Trafford.
Goals from Edinson Cavani and Bruno Fernandes had put their side in a commanding position, but Everton were level within seven minutes of the restart.
Abdoulaye Doucoure tapped home after De Gea palmed out a cross at the start of the second half, with James Rodriguez equalising shortly after.
Scott McTominay restored the lead, but the hosts couldn’t hold onto it – much to the chagrin of United fan Bolt and former Red Devils keeper Van der Sar.
“What word should I use?” tweeted Bolt, the eight-time Olympic gold medallist and 100m and 200m world-record holder.
Van der Sar’s response was short and to the point.
“S**t”, wrote the 50-year-old, who won four Premier League titles, the Champions League and the Club World Cup with United.
Van der Sar’s former team-mate Gary Neville was similarly unimpressed, pointing out that United keeper David de Gea should have come off his line to deny Calvert-Lewin his last-ditch equaliser.
“David de Gea, there, at the end. He doesn’t even come in line with the ball,” the former Red Devils defender said on Sky Sports, agreeing with his fellow pundit Jamie Redknapp.
“I think you want goalkeeper to come, as Jamie said there, and eat the striker. You just want your goalkeeper to come out there and absolutely take him out.
“Goalkeepers are so quick off their line nowadays. It wasn’t a great night for the goalkeeper, it wasn’t a great night for the centre-backs either and we’ve know from the start Manchester United needed a stronger centre-back pairing.
“That hasn’t changed. No point going on about it tonight. It’s cost them.”