‘Savage’ Laura Woods hailed as ‘class’ as she mocks troll after Ten Hag blunder

Laura Woods has been hailed as a "savage" by fans after she was left hanging by Erik ten Hag following Manchester United's win over Copenhagen.

Woods went to offer the Dutchman a handshake after Tuesday night's game but the United boss didn't see the presenter, leaving her embarrassed. And, after TNT Sports shared the clip, one individual responded: "Laura Woods is full on cringe. [I'm] so glad talkSPORT got rid [of her]."

However, Woods was then hailed by fans after she clapped back at the individual: "I'd be mad too if you ignored all my desperate DMs…"

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"Have a go on that lad! She's done you good and proper," one fan joked. While a second added: "Savage!"

Woods had an awkward encounter with Ten Hag after the game, with Woods handing Ten Hag her microphone. However, she was forced to snatch it back to thank him for his time at the end.

It was a dull encounter at Old Trafford, with Harry Maguire's header the only action of note until added time when Scott McTominay was deemed to have kicked a Copenhagen attacker.

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VAR confirmed the decision and Jordan Larsson stepped up to take the spot kick. However, Andre Onana was the villain-turned-hero when he batted away the strike – earning the Red Devils their first win in Europe this season.

Speaking afterwards, boss Ten Hag said: "Of course it is incredible and a great night. Especially in the dying second when you concede a penalty, but a brilliant save from Andre Onana. Those players, Harry Maguire played a good game and Andre Onana as well. He made an important save just after half-time.

"A poor first-half, but we stayed calm and in the second-half we stepped up and made more chances than them. It was a narrow escape in the end."

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