Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and everyone at Manchester United cannot deny the fact that this defeat was going go happen sooner or later due to series of unimpressive performance from the red devils.
Manchester United were looking to build on their European victory last week prior to today's game but, however, find themselves trailing within the first 5 minutes at the Theater of Dreams to Liverpool and have not tasted victory in their last 5 games with three losses and two draws while conceding 15 goals in the process.
Today's 5-0 thumping by Liverpool seems to be the heaviest so far this season, a result that has left them on same point with Arsenal.
with several calls for Ole Gunnar solskjaer job be sacked following today's performance, such has brought Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under intense pressure and Sunday's humiliation has increased the pressure on the Manchester United boss.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decision
With the pressure piling up, following Liverpool defeat, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made up his mind as regard the Manchester United job during the post match conference, He vowed to remain steadfast over his Manchester United future despite hitting rock bottom.
The United boss still believes in himself and will continue to look at what has gone wrong and do his best to come through this difficult time.
Although prior to the Liverpool's game, the Glazers have continue to show their unrelenting support to the Manchester United boss, but it is yet to be seen what their next line of action would be following today abysmal performance.
With the likes of Zenidine Zidane and Antonio Conte out of job, Ole could find his job under intense pressure in the coming days but for now the United boss refuse to step down and resign but has make up his mind to wake up and go to work as usual tomorrow morning.
"Well, the only way I know how to approach life," Solskjaer said. "That's to wake up tomorrow morning, look forward, evaluate what's gone on, what's gone wrong, do my very, very best to come through a difficult time."
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