An unbeaten league run that started on the 22nd of December, finally came to an end on the 10th of March at the home of our bride, Arsenal.
A funny swerving and a controversial penalty, ended Ole's 'honeymoon' period as caretaker boss.
Here are five things #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from the loss:
1. ONE OF THOSE DAYS
Every season, there's that one game where the ball just refuses to enter the net. Today was that day. Chances were coming from left, right and centre.
Fred and Lukaku hit the bar, one-on-one chances went begging, nothing worked. It felt like the ball went on strike!!
2. THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY
How that Xhaka's ball danced it's way past David 'Osinachi' De Gea remains a mystery.
The last time I saw that happen in a game of football was in the days of 'monkey-post football' played with lightweight ball known as 'Felèlè ball' which usually obeys the wind.
3. RASHFORD-LUKAKU DILEMMA
Watching the last few games since Lukaku's resurgence, it's clear that Rashford's best position is the central striking spot. He has struggled to make impact from the wings.
With Lukaku firing now(excluding today's poor luck), what do we do with Rashford? A confident Lukaku is indispensable.
4. GIVE DALOT THE JOB
The right wing has been a problem for United for the last few seasons. The only player who has not been tried there is De Gea!
With injuries to Mata and Lingard, Dlaot has been used there and with a little brush up, the future could be bright for him in that role.
5. IS FRED GETTING 'RED-DY'?
The ever gingering Brazilian picked up from where he left off against PSG after getting the nod for a 2nd consecutive start.
He gave a good account of himself in the heart of midfield today and was denied a goal by the post. His game suddenly went soar when he was involved in the penalty. Not withstanding, it was probably his best game in a United shirt.
IN THE END, no honeymoon lasts forever. A few years ago, we ended Arsenal's famous 49 games unbeaten run.
We're still three points off third spot, so game on!!
What did you make of today's loss?
GLORY GLORY MAN UNITED.