Manchester United are at an all time low, as Everton thumped the red devils at Goodison park in a fixture which finished 4-0.
Goals from Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott ensured United their sixth loss in eight games, as the pressure continues to slowly build on Man United’s permanent manager Solskjaer.
It was a day to forget, and Ole has admitted that United were beaten in all ramifications, as he apologized for the awful performance.
“We were beaten on all aspects today and the only place we beat Everton – I can’t say we beat them – but we had a fantastic support and I just want to apologise for the performance we turned out,” Solskjaer told BBC.
“We have been fantastic for long periods and it’s a tough league to get into the top four, never mind winning the league – there are six teams there and Everton want to be in there.
“We know it’s a big task and work to be done. We have to do it together, we have to get on with it because this is not good enough.
“You have got to start somewhere and we will give it everything we have got with the last four games – massive games with City and Chelsea coming to Old Trafford – that’s where we get the best support in the world.
“We can turn it around, in football like in life things can change quickly. We have got to change it from bad to good.
“We need a game of football as soon as we can as we need to get this out of the systems, everyone here can say with hands on hearts that’s not good enough, not worthy of a Manchester United team. We know that and apologise again to fans.”