Manchester United fans have seen enough in just 60 minutes of their home clash against Liverpool on Sunday. After experiencing a horrible first half with Liverpool scoring 4 goals in the first 45 ,the red Army thought the second half would be better,it got worse than better with Liverpool adding another goal to make it 5.
A number of fans were spotted leaving the stadium with just under 30 minutes remaining. This is the second time in a row that United considered 4 goals after a 4-2 loss against Leicester.
Paul Pogba made things worse for Manchester United as he received a red card after a horrible tackle on Sadio Mane. Mohammed Salah was amongst the score sheet ,the Egyptian managed to score a hat-trick.
Jurgen Klopp becomes the first manager in the premier league to go unbeaten in seven consecutive matches against Manchester United .
With such horrible results after signing quality players, the big question is "what's next for the United manager".
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