Well, things didn't go well for Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday evening. The Red Devils were thrashed 5-0 by Liverpool at their home ground. Mohamed Salah was the hero as he managed to score a hat trick against the Red Devils. Nabby Keita and Diogo Jota were the other goalscorers on Sunday.
Well, Manchester United fans were clearly not happy with the results. According to many Manchester United fans on social media, Ole Gunnar should be sacked as soon as possible. However, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer still believes that he is still the right man to manage Manchester United. Speaking after the match, Ole Gunnar said that Manchester United have come along way and they shouldn't give up now. However, he admitted that Manchester United are currently performing very poorly.
According to Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, Manchester United players were reluctant against Liverpool and that's why there lost. Ole believes that his coaching staff is still brilliant.
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