Man United suffered another heavy defeat against Liverpool on Sunday evening. The Red Devils were humbled at the Old Trafford by their biggest rival. 4 first half goals and another one from Salah in the second half sealed the win for Liverpool.
The loss to Liverpool is a very disappointing one. Many United fans have once again called for the sack of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. However, if you are a United fan and you don’t feel very bad about the defeat, Here are 5 stars to make you think again.
1) In Cristiano Ronaldo 617 club games, this is only the second time that he will lose with a 5 goal difference.
2) Man United received 7 cards (6 yellows, 1 red) in the game against Liverpool. This is the joint most Man United has received in a single match in the history of the competition.
3) Man United 5-0 defeat to Liverpool is their biggest defeat at home since February 1955 against Everton.
4) Muhammed Salah scored 3 goals against Man United. This is the second time in the history of the club that a single player will score hattrick at the Old Trafford.
5) The 4 goals Man United conceded in the first half is the highest they have conceded in the history of the club.
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