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Manchester United v Liverpool: Alex Ferguson shakes his head but Kenny Dalglish can’t stop laughing

Shocked Sir Alex Ferguson shakes his head in disbelief as he watches Liverpool run through Manchester United at Old Trafford … while Anfield legend Sir Kenny Dalglish can’t help but laugh just a few seats away.


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Sir Alex Ferguson was seen shaking his head in disbelief as Liverpool hacked Manchester United to pieces at Old Trafford, with Reds icon Sir Kenny Dalglish laughing a few seats away.

Liverpool thrashed United 5-0 on Sunday night, capitalizing on a defensive horror show from the hosts when Naby Keita and Diogo Jota scored before a hat-trick by Mohamed Salah.

Then local substitute Paul Pogba was sent off for a reckless tackle on Keita, who was forced to retire injured, compounding the misery of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team on a truly sobering night.

Sir Alex Ferguson was seen shaking his head in Manchester United's 5-0 loss to Liverpool.

Sir Alex Ferguson was seen shaking his head in Manchester United’s 5-0 loss to Liverpool.

Reds icon Sir Kenny Dalglish, however, couldn't stop laughing after his sweeping victory.

Reds icon Sir Kenny Dalglish, however, couldn't stop laughing after his sweeping victory.

Reds icon Sir Kenny Dalglish, however, couldn’t stop laughing after his sweeping victory.

United management legend Ferguson was present in the crowd during the attack on his former club and, based on social media images, it was clearly not a pleasant sight.

The Instagram video shows Ferguson exhaling in frustration, his lips pursed and a frown obscuring his face, before leaning toward the person sitting next to him to offer some thoughts on the game.

The footage is then cut to Dalglish, sitting very close to Ferguson in the stadium, who can’t stop laughing and appears to say ‘Damn hell’ at the end of the video.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team was humiliated at Old Trafford on Sunday by fierce rivals

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team was humiliated at Old Trafford on Sunday by fierce rivals

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team was humiliated at Old Trafford on Sunday by fierce rivals

Striker Mohamed Salah (left) benefited from terrible defense to score a brilliant hat-trick

Striker Mohamed Salah (left) benefited from terrible defense to score a brilliant hat-trick

Striker Mohamed Salah (left) benefited from terrible defense to score a brilliant hat-trick

Salah slipped into Keita for a simple ending very early in the game, before Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire met, leaving Trent Alexander-Arnold to face Jota for a bunt.

The Egyptian, who has now scored in 10 consecutive games for his club, was quicker than Shaw and Maguire to make Keita’s cut at home.

Salah then benefited from a more dire defense in first-half stoppage time, finding the bottom corner unmarked to scrub salt on United’s wounds, before adding a fifth after the break to complete a wonderful hat-trick. ‘.

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