Manchester were beaten courtesy of goals from Mohammed Salah,Diogo Jota and Naby Keita.Salah bagged a hattrick in the outing.This is not the first time though as Tottenham beat ManU 6:1 last season.
Speaking to Skysports, Ole Gunnar described today as one of the darkest days he has had as a Manchester United manager.He admits that the perfomance was not good enough.He admits that when Liverpool scored the fourth goal he probably knew it was all done and there was no chance going back into the tunnel for a regrouping and getting back on to the game.
Liverpool then added a fourth one after which substitute Paul Pogba got red carded.That completely messed Manchester United's hopes of a comeback. The only thing they could do now was to defend and avoid further embarrassment.
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