After a 100% start to the season, Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United have now lost two games in a row after a disappointing result at Feyenoord.

The club was always going to go through a few bad patches in terms of results. But everyone hoped that the style of play would at least improve.

In the Netherlands, that was not evident.

This is all a bit Louis Van Gaal

— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) September 15, 2016

What is this? I thought we got rid of Van Gaal?

— The United Girl (@TheMUnitedGirl) September 15, 2016

Did you ever think you’d see the day United fans missed Louis van Gaal’s style of play? Us neither…

Did LVG's United play better football than this Mourinho side? I think so. Van Gaal's could actually string 4 passes together for a start.

— J (@Coutskill) September 15, 2016

Hate to say it, but, this Man Utd performance reminds of life under Louis van Gaal.

— Liam Canning (@LiamPaulCanning) September 15, 2016

The football under LVG was bad, but was it THIS bad?

Come back Louis van Gaal, all is forgiven. That was as bad as last season. #mufc

— John Brewin (@JohnBrewinESPN) September 15, 2016

Some United fans certainly thought so.

Disgusting half. LVG bad. No idea what the game plan is.

— Richard Cann (@RichardCann76) September 15, 2016

I think we are paying tribute to LVG because we are playing in his home land

— _Vignesh_ (@_Vignesh07_) September 15, 2016

They just couldn’t create.

It's a little bit like watching @ManUtd under LvG so far…

— Onefootball (@Onefootball) September 15, 2016

And eventually, Feyenoord punished them for it.

Disaster for @ManUtd as @Feyenoord take the lead. #UEL

— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) September 15, 2016

A poor start then, for a team that was supposed to be too good for the Europa League.

FT: Feyenoord 1 #MUFC 0. #UEL

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 15, 2016

They’ll have to try a bit harder next time.

When you start the season with three Premier League wins then lose a Manchester derby and to Feyenoord in the #UEL.

— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) September 15, 2016