Rasmus Hojlund says that Manchester United will 'rise again' in a heartfelt Instagram post after his sides 3-1 defeat at Old Trafford.
Brighton were the ones to dampen Manchester United's parade after putting three goals past summer signing Andre Onana.
Thanks to goals from Danny Welbeck, Pascal Gross, and Joao Pedro, the visiting Seagulls took away all three points from the hosts.
Hojlund, 20, wrote on Instagram after the match: 'We Will rise again. Thanks for the Warm welcome Old Trafford.'
The striker was making his Old Trafford debut, though was substituted off in the 64th minute - which many fans thought was premature.
The 3-1 defeat mirrored that of last weeks visit to the Emirates, in which Hojlund made his debut for the club. After the match, he wrote a similar post saying that he was: 'So proud to make my debut.
'Unlucky with the result today… but we Will bounce back after the international break.' He posted.
Against Brighton, the Dane believed he had levelled the scoring for the hosts after Welbeck nabbed the opener, though this was ruled out by VAR shortly after.
Marcus Rashford dribbled the ball over the byline as Jan Paul van Hecke slid in to deny the England international any space in the box.
The United winger managed to cut the ball back for Hojlund who finished calmly under pressure but had taken the ball out of play in the build-up that meant the goal couldn't stand.
Hojlund began celebrating with his United team-mates as he appeared to net his first goal as a Red Devil, though his celebrations were curtailed.
Having joined the club from Serie A side Atalanta this summer for a fee of £72million, the 20-year-old striker had a delayed start to making his Old Trafford debut.
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