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David de Gea criticizes his Manchester United teammates for ‘playing like children’ in the attack of their rivals Liverpool

David de Gea criticizes his Manchester United teammates for ‘playing like children’ in the 5-0 beating of rival Liverpool and insists he ‘feels the pain of the fans’

  • Manchester United were humiliated by Liverpool in a 5-0 home loss
  • Naby Keita and Diogo Jota put Liverpool 2-0 up before Mo Salah scored twice
  • Salah completed his hat-trick early in the second half as Liverpool rampaged
  • David de Gea could do little to stop the Reds’ scoring run and hit his team


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Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea criticized his teammates for “playing like children” after Liverpool thrashed them 5-0 at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils were humiliated by their bitter rivals in their own backyard in a humiliating loss thanks to an opening goal from Naby Keita, a second from Diogo Jota and a hat-trick from Mohamed Salah.

De Gea has enjoyed a rebirth between the posts this season but could do little to stop Liverpool’s four-goal blitz in the first half before conceding a fifth after the break.

David De Gea conceded five against Liverpool, including a hat-trick by Mohamed Salah (right)

David De Gea conceded five against Liverpool, including a hat-trick by Mohamed Salah (right)

The goalkeeper was brutally honest about the humiliating defeat but sympathized with the fans

The Spaniard took to Instagram to address the fans, insisting that he felt their pain.

The Spaniard took to Instagram to address the fans, insisting that he felt their pain.

The Spaniard took to Instagram to address the fans, insisting that he felt their pain.

The Spaniard was brutally honest about the horror United showed in sympathizing with fans.

‘We play like children’, admitted the goalkeeper after the game, via Mirror.

He later wrote a message to the Old Trafford faithful on Instagram, saying: ‘I feel the pain of our fans, you give everything to the team and we must do the same. I love this club and we will not accept this performance. ”

Naby Keita (center) started Liverpool's scoring run by putting the visitors 1-0 up in the fifth minute.

Naby Keita (center) started Liverpool's scoring run by putting the visitors 1-0 up in the fifth minute.

Naby Keita (center) started Liverpool’s scoring run by putting the visitors 1-0 up in the fifth minute.

Diogo Jota added a second for the Reds eight minutes later to give them a comfortable lead

Diogo Jota added a second for the Reds eight minutes later to give them a comfortable lead

Diogo Jota added a second for the Reds eight minutes later to give them a comfortable lead

United left the field at halftime to a cacophony of boos, and hundreds of fans began pouring out of Old Trafford early in the second half.

Meanwhile, traveling Liverpool fans enjoyed their journey on the M62 as they gleefully taunted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a sarcastic rendition of ‘Ole’s at the wheel’ and chants of ‘Ole must stay’.

Cristiano Ronaldo also took to Instagram to address fans whom he praised for their “ incredible support ” as he confessed that they deserve better.

Manchester United fans left Old Trafford at halftime with their team down 4-0

Manchester United fans left Old Trafford at halftime with their team down 4-0

Manchester United fans left Old Trafford at halftime with their team down 4-0

The fans continued to walk en masse in the second half after Salah added a fifth goal.

The fans continued to walk en masse in the second half after Salah added a fifth goal.

The fans continued to walk en masse in the second half after Salah added a fifth goal.

After the match, he wrote: ‘Sometimes the result is not what we fight for. Sometimes the score is not what we want.

And this is from us, only from us, because there is no one else to blame. Our fans were, once again, amazing in their constant support.

‘They deserve better than this, much better, and it is up to us to deliver. The time is now!’

Cristiano Ronaldo scored after the break for the Red Devils, but saw him scored for offside

Cristiano Ronaldo scored after the break for the Red Devils, but saw him scored for offside

Cristiano Ronaldo scored after the break for the Red Devils, but saw him scored for offside

Ronaldo took to Instagram to admit his sympathy for the Red Devils supporters after the loss.

Ronaldo took to Instagram to admit his sympathy for the Red Devils supporters after the loss.

Ronaldo took to Instagram to admit his sympathy for the Red Devils supporters after the loss.

After the break, Ronaldo put the ball into the net in a redemption attempt, but his shot was chalked for offside.

United’s nightmarish afternoon worsened when Paul Pogba was later sent off for a dangerous high tackle on Keita, which saw Anthony Taylor produce a red card after consulting the VAR court monitor.

Jurgen Klopp’s men have put pressure on Solskjaer as United’s title campaign already looks dead in the water.

Referee Anthony Taylor showed Paul Pogba a red card after consulting the pitch monitor

Referee Anthony Taylor showed Paul Pogba a red card after consulting the pitch monitor

Referee Anthony Taylor showed Paul Pogba a red card after consulting the pitch monitor

United are a long way from the pace at the top of the Premier League, which ranks seventh, leaving the United manager under the most intense scrutiny of his three years in office.

Solskjaer faced tough questions following the disastrous result, but when asked if he had any doubts about his ability to get the job done, the Norwegian replied: ‘We are too close to give up now.

“I have come too far, we have come too far as a group.

The Norwegian and his players were booed at halftime after a chaotic 45 minutes.

The Norwegian and his players were booed at halftime after a chaotic 45 minutes.

The Norwegian and his players were booed at halftime after a chaotic 45 minutes.

I believe in myself. I do believe that I am getting closer to what I want with the club, what we have done.

“The results lately have not been good enough. That probably brings doubts to anyone’s mind, but I have to stay strong and believe in what we are doing.

‘I haven’t heard anything else (from the club) and I’m still thinking about tomorrow’s work.

‘We are at the bottom. I can’t say now that I have felt worse than this. It’s the worst I’ve ever been, the lowest I’ve ever been, but I accept the responsibility. That’s mine today and it’s mine in the future. ‘

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