Man United are reportedly on the verge of sacking Ole Solskjaer following humiliation by Liverpool
The Red Devils were slumped to a severe beating by Liverpool as this even caused Man United fans to leave at the half time.
Ole Solskjaer was so bad that his side lost 4:0 at halftime and further more Liverpool extended their lead to 5 at the second half.
Following the incident, it’s revealed by a insider that Ole Solskjaer is no more trusted by the board who are already planning on the next manager.
It’s also alleged that the Norwegian won’t be in charge when Man United face their next opponent as he would be far gone by then.
United were so poor that even Sir Alex Ferguson was seen shaking his head in sadness.
Below are some of the damming stats against Liverpool for Man United today;
Manchester United have suffered their heaviest ever defeat at home to Liverpool, whilst it’s the first time they have lost to-nil by 5+ goals at home since February 1955 (5-0 v Man City). Erosion.
Manchester United received seven cards in their 5-0 defeat to Liverpool (six yellows, one red), their joint-most in a Premier League match, alongside the seven yellow cards they received against both Spurs and Chelsea in February and September 2008 respectively. Indiscipline.
Mohamed Salah is the first away player to score a hat-trick at Old Trafford for over 18 years, since Ronaldo did so for Real Madrid back in April 2003 in the Champions League. Ballon.