Manchester United had a very disastrous outing as the rivals Liverpool paid them a curtesy call at Old Trafford in a Premier league encounter. Red devil's had hoped to make a return to winning ways after another lose. In just a week ago when Leicester City won at King Power Stadium.
Meanwhile the boss made some important changes to the team and as well dropped some big players as he decided. To start with Pogba and Sancho from the bench. These was not encouraging enough as both of his midfield and defence line was just a shambles.
And after four down in the first half of the game there was nothing worse than. To see Manchester United at these point losing fans in the stadium as they left in frustrations and disappointment before 90 minutes
As the home side would finish the match in a heavy and painful 0-5 scoreline. Former Manchester United star and now Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville. Has had his say on the managers future at the club.
As per the Sunsport, "If this was post-Sir. Alex (Ferguson) aftermath, Ole would be in massive trouble tonight. I think the club will hold their nerve and I don't think they've planned for another manager this season and they'll sit with Ole until the end of the season."Concluded former Manchester United right back.
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