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Marcus Rashford breaks the silence after Manchester United’s 5-0 loss to Liverpool and says: ‘I’m ashamed’

Marcus Rashford has broken his silence after Manchester United’s humiliating 5-0 home loss to Liverpool on Sunday, revealing that he is still ’embarrassed’ by the shocking result.

The Red Devils were thrashed at Old Trafford by their fiercest rivals, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side trailing 4-0 at halftime and Mohamed Salah completing a hat-trick in their fourth consecutive Premier League game without a win.

Rashford, who stopped by the club’s academy and started the match on Sunday, revealed that he was quietly stunned by the result, but has urged the United squad to ‘redeem themselves’ with their disappointed supporters.

Marcus Rashford has broken his silence after Manchester United's 5-0 loss to Liverpool

Marcus Rashford has broken his silence after Manchester United’s 5-0 loss to Liverpool

Rashford admits he is still 'embarrassed' by surprising home loss to United archrivals

Rashford admits he is still 'embarrassed' by surprising home loss to United archrivals

Rashford admits he is still ’embarrassed’ by surprising home loss to United archrivals

Rashford took to Twitter on Wednesday after admitting he was stunned and went silent about the loss.

Rashford took to Twitter on Wednesday after admitting he was stunned and went silent about the loss.

Rashford took to Twitter on Wednesday after admitting he was stunned and went silent about the loss.

The 23-year-old tweeted Wednesday night: ‘I can’t lie, you haven’t heard from me here because as a United fan I really didn’t know what to say after Sunday. He was ashamed. I’m ashamed.

Our fans are everything and you didn’t deserve it. We are working hard to try to fix this problem. We have to redeem ourselves. ‘

Rashford is one of several Manchester United players who apologized to their fans after the shocking victory, which is Liverpool’s biggest victory at home to the Red Devils in Premier League history.

Sunday afternoon was also the first time United have lost four halftime goals since the top flight was renewed in 1992.

The 23-year-old (middle) has urged his Manchester United teammates to 'redeem themselves'

The 23-year-old (middle) has urged his Manchester United teammates to 'redeem themselves'

The 23-year-old (middle) has urged his Manchester United teammates to ‘redeem themselves’

After the game, United captain Harry Maguire was the first Manchester United player to offer an apology to Red Devils fans for the shocking result.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Maguire said: ‘First and foremost, apologies to the fans. He’s not good enough at this club. We are all disappointed.

‘The only real thing is that we have to apologize to the fans. They stayed with us, singing and chanting at 5-0, but for us as a club we have to do better. ‘

“We are so disappointed, we gave them too many opportunities, they were really clinical. Defensively, and I’m a defender first and foremost, conceding four at home at Old Trafford isn’t good enough.

Captain Harry Maguire was the first Manchester United player to apologize for the shocking result.

Captain Harry Maguire was the first Manchester United player to apologize for the shocking result.

Captain Harry Maguire was the first Manchester United player to apologize for the shocking result.

‘As a player, I know myself, I will look at myself as an individual and the performance of the team, I am the captain and I lead the guys. We have to unite and stick together.

‘We have to look at ourselves and look in the mirror and think, what can you do better? It is not about looking elsewhere and blaming others.

‘Losing to Liverpool, losing in any football match, it hurts this club. It doesn’t matter who you play. Liverpool are our roads and the way we lost the game, being 4-0 down in front of their own fans is not good enough. ”

Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo reiterated the view that United supporters deserved better than what they witnessed on Sunday night.

Cristiano Ronaldo admitted that the fans deserved better after the beating on Sunday

Cristiano Ronaldo admitted that the fans deserved better after the beating on Sunday

Cristiano Ronaldo admitted that the fans deserved better after the beating on Sunday

Taking to Instagram after the game, he said: ‘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!’

Meanwhile, defender Luke Shaw, who had a torrid time trying to score Liverpool Salah’s hat-trick throughout the match, criticized himself after the match, insisting that he must improve.

Shaw told the Stadium Astro: ‘Is not sufficient. I know of course that this is a team sport, but as individuals we must be responsible for some of the performances.

Luke Shaw (right) apologized for his performance against Liverpool hat-trick hero Mo Salah (left)

Luke Shaw (right) apologized for his performance against Liverpool hat-trick hero Mo Salah (left)

Luke Shaw (right) apologized for his performance against Liverpool hat-trick hero Mo Salah (left)

‘That’s why I’m here now, I don’t hide there and I don’t speak, I went out and say I wasn’t good enough. I speak on my behalf, not on the team.

‘I am responsible for my performance, it was not good enough. I’m not here to talk about the team, we know we can be better but for me I also need to be better than I was today.

“It is ourselves that we have to look first and foremost in the mirror. Are we doing everything right and preparing well for the games ourselves? We have the tactic and how the coach wants us to play. Sometimes we are too easy to deal with.

‘You look at the first goal, it is not possible that they can have three in the first five minutes. We need to be more compact, we need to be better. ‘

The defeat has raised serious questions about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future at Old Trafford.

The defeat has raised serious questions about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future at Old Trafford.

The defeat has raised serious questions about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future at Old Trafford.

The result has raised questions about the future of United manager Solskjaer, who offered his own apologies to United supporters but vowed to remain in the Old Trafford dock.

When asked if he had any doubts about his ability to do the job, Solskjaer replied: ‘We are too close to give up now. I’ve come too far, we’ve come too far as a group.

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. ‘

Solskjaer (right) has trained this week and will remain in charge for the next few weeks.

Solskjaer (right) has trained this week and will remain in charge for the next few weeks.

Solskjaer (right) has trained this week and will remain in charge for the next few weeks.

Sportsmail revealed earlier this week that, after the game, Solskjaer warned his players to prepare for a week of intense external pressure as he gave a heartfelt battle cry to his disgraced Manchester United players.

The Norwegian manager is understood to be safe, for now, with Solskjaer set to have more time to turn things around, and United’s board of directors is sticking to its original plan to evaluate the 48-year-old in December.

But the Red Devils have three vital games, against Tottenham on Saturday, Atalanta the following week before a derby against Manchester City, which could worsen Solskjaer’s already difficult position as coach.

So far the club’s board has resisted trade requests, and the Norwegian is expected to remain in charge of Spurs.

Sir Alex Ferguson and former President Martin Edwards visited Carrington on Tuesday afternoon, with United insisting the pair were attending a pre-planned engagement.

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