Today was hell on earth for Manchester United during their visit to Anfield to face off with their rival in an EPL clash that would determine the top four race. The Reds started the season on a wrong foot but in the latest matches they have shown immense improvement keeping their hopes for top four alive.
The Red Devils on the other hand have been having a stellar performance for the better part of the season and their win for carabao cup gabe them more energy to push the limits beyond.
Today things however turned south after Jurgen Kloop's boys wreaked havoc on their bitter rivals by trashing them with a record 7 goal to nil. This poor performance has angered united manager Eric Ten Hag who has finally spoken out in an after match press.
The Dutchman while addressing the press with regard to today's performance said that he saw 11 individuals losing their heads and that he was shocked on how they allowed Liverpool to dominate them throughout the match and the poor defense.
Erik ten Hag: “You can lose a game but not in this way. Also, the second half is... unprofessional that is not Manchester United. It can't happen, we have to talk about it. I saw 11 individuals losing their heads. This was not Manchester United”
Following today's win, Liverpool have now moved to position five with only three points shy the top four position.
United's left back, Luke Shaw also spoke to the press where he said that it was an embarrassing lose and that manager Ten Hag will force them to watch the match and show them what they ought to learn.
Luke Shaw: "It's not going to be easy watching this back. But he [Ten Hag] is going to make us watch it back, and show us what we need to learn from this embarrassment."
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