The English Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool has ended with Liverpool thrashing Manchester United 5-0 at Old Trafford. The struggling Manchester United was no match for the in-form Liverpool side. After losing 4-2 at Leicester last game week, Manchester United was outplayed by the in-form Liverpool side. Goals from Keita, Diogo Jota, and a hat trick from Salah set an unwanted record for Manchester United at Old Trafford which infuriated the fans.
Things went from bad to worse as Manchester United set an unwanted record at half-time which probably infuriated the fans. The fans were seen leaving Old Trafford before the second half commenced. Manchester United conceded four goals at halftime for the first time in their Premier League history.
This infuriated the fans as they were seen leaving the stadium at halftime. The fans seem to have seen enough as they were noticed leaving the stadium before halftime. (See Photo Below)
Also before the match reached 65 minutes of play, thousands of fans were seen trooping out of Old Trafford according to ESPN.
This demonstration by the fans should signal a message to the board that the fans are no longer patient with Solksjaer's managerial role at the club. This act might also signal the end of the Solksjaer era at the club. Leaving Old Trafford at halftime shows the fans are tired of lackluster performances and poor results recorded in recent matches.
What are your thoughts? Do you think this act might get Ole sacked? Share your thoughts from the comments section.
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