Investigate: “I think it’s a shame” – Manchester United player gutted by boos, says he’s gave everything to club…

Rasmus Hojlund, a striker for Manchester United, has stated that he would be upset if he heard jeers from Copenhagen supporters during their match this week.

The forward has been in communication with Ekstra Bladet following the teams’ Champions League match, where Copenhagen emerged victorious in a thrilling 4-3 result.

Before everything went wrong, Hojlund gave Manchester United a dominant 2-0 lead. He scored twice to get himself on the scoresheet against his old team.

This didn’t seem to sit well with the local supporters, who seemed to boo their former striker, who spent five years at the club as a young player and scored five goals in 32 games for the first team off the pitch when he was substituted in the second half.

Hojlund is hoping that wasn’t the case and the situation has been misinterpreted, insisting to Ekstra Bladet that he had never done anything but his best for the Danish side.

“I don’t know if it was against me or others,” he said.

“But if it was against me, I think it’s a shame, because I’ve given everything for the club. Of course it’s a shame if it was directed at me. But if it wasn’t for me, I wouldn’t take it so seriously.

“When I score, I celebrate, that’s clear. And I did it to our own fans. So it had nothing to do with anything. I’m happy to score goals, so I cheer for our fans.

“I think it was special. I was inside the FCK dressing room before the match, but as I said, I play for Manchester United, and I hope that we win every match.”

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