MANCHESTER UNITED fans feared for Erik ten Hag's stars after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
A stunning Michael Olise free-kick in stoppage time denied the Red Devils all three points.
And United manager Ten Hag, 52, was NOT happy.
Cameras captured the Dutchman furiously heading back to the dressing room after the game.
The Old Trafford gaffer shook his head and had a steely look in his eye after seeing his side fail to record a tenth win on the bounce.
Ten Hag has built a reputation as a strict disciplinarian in his short time at United, and hauled his players in for extra running following the 4-0 defeat at Brentford in August.
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He also made his players do push-ups as forfeits in training over the summer.
So United fans reckon the players could be in for some more tough love following last night's result, based on Ten Hag's reaction.
Reacting to a video of the manager shaking his head furiously, one supporter wrote on social media: "He's going to make our players do push ups at the parking lot."
Another joked: "Hairdryer treatment incoming!"
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A third said: "These players are in for a BRUTAL post matchday training session."
And a fourth quipped: "Lmao whole team is in trouble today."
United came away from Selhurst Park with a draw, but things could have been worse had it not been for an incredible Aaron Wan-Bissaka slide tackle to stop Wilfried Zaha deep in added time.
Ten Hag then blasted his players after the game for not going on to score a second goal after Bruno Fernandes put the Red Devils ahead with a clinical finish.
He grumbled: "We dropped two points. When you’re winning with two minutes to go…
"We have to invest more to get that second goal and then not be in that situation that a lucky moment costs you two points.
"We were 1-0 up. In the second half we had a lot of space to kill them and go for the second. I never saw we really went for the second goal.
"It’s difficult to say (why). I have to criticise my team. Go for the second."
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