Watch Man United’s Louis van Gaal mistakenly say ‘Queens Park Raisins’

Louis van Gaal makes the funny slip during a post-match interview

Louis van Gaal must have been feeling a bit peckish after his Manchester United side were 2-0 winners at Loftus Road.

The United manager was discussing his side’s comfortable win when he mistakenly pronounced the west London side’s name as ‘Queens Park Raisins’.

The 63-year-old won’t care about his gaffe, though, as United made a return to winning ways following a shock 1-0 loss to Southampton last weekend.

Substitute Marouane Fellaini broke the deadlock midway through the second half before United teenager James Wilson sealed the win in added time.

And Van Gaal, who was appointed as United manager last May, was delighted with the Red Devils’s much-improved performance against the Hoops.

“I think pace is always important, which is why we try to play with Angel Di Maria as a striker,” Van Gaal told United’s website.

“When I changed the shape, I wanted speed or pace also in the attacking line, that’s why I changed in that way. It’s a change in attack that brings lot of risk, but we have won 2-0 and I think it was deserved.”

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