Liverpool’s humiliation was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s “darkest day” as United manager.


Liverpool’s humiliation was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s “darkest day” as United manager.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure, but he will not resign following the 5-0 loss to Liverpool at Old Trafford.

The 5-0 loss to Liverpool is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s “darkest day” as Manchester United manager, according to him.

The Red Devils were poor from the outset at Old Trafford, conceding four goals in the first half alone, adding to the pressure on Norwegian boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Jurgen Klopp’s team ran riot, with Mohamed Salah scoring a hat-trick. Solskjaer looked shellshocked on the touchline.

United’s hierarchy is likely to back him up, but the manager admits that this was the worst day of his tenure at Old Trafford.

“It’s difficult to say anything other than it’s the saddest day I’ve ever had as a coach.” “Either personally or as a team, we weren’t good enough,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.

“We can’t afford to give Liverpool that many chances, and we did.”

“It’s safe to say the entire performance wasn’t up to par. We made openings in a clinical manner. We didn’t take any chances in the beginning.

“Then there’s the third goal, which was the game-winner.”

After a string of poor performances, some United supporters have called for Solskjaer’s dismissal.

The former striker, on the other hand, has no intention of leaving.

“It’s mine, that’s all there is to it.” The coaching staff is excellent, perhaps great. “I chose our approach to the game; we weren’t clinical enough and provided too many spaces, and when you give talented players space, they score,” he continued.

“We’re at home, playing against Liverpool, and we’ve had a similar approach to high press over the last two and a half years, but they scored on their chances today, and I think as Manchester United, we should always attempt to stamp our authority on the game.”

“That fourth goal is when you have to score one every 15 minutes going into halftime.” I’m confident these lads are up to the task. The fourth was almost certainly the end of the game.

“If you compare this to our 6-1 loss to the Spurs last season, this is worlds worse.” As a Manchester boy, this is a lot worse. I just have to stress that we need to get over this as soon as possible.

“I’ve come too far, and as a group, we’ve come too far.” We’re too close to give up at this point.

“It’s going to be a tough one.” The number of players will be limited. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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