Ole Gunnar Solskjaer not sure if Manchester United players care for the club

Manchester United manager is clearly not happy with his player’s performance in the 4-0 defeat against Everton and made his displeasure known in the post-match conference.

Goals from Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott condemned United to their most humiliating defeat in recent history. This defeat left United on sixth, two points off fourth-placed Arsenal with only four matches to go in the Premier League season.

When quizzed in the post-match conference whether he thinks the United players care about the club, the Norwegian replied, “I don’t know.”

The United manager apologised to the fans as well after the defeat. He said, “We have got to apologise to the fans.

“That performance was not good enough for a Manchester United team – from me to the players.

“We know we let the fans and the club down. That performance is difficult to describe because it was so bad. They beat us on all the basics.

“We were beaten on all the ingredients you need, added to your talent, today. As I said last week as well, there is no place to hide on the pitch. It was 85 minutes before we had a shot on target. It’s not good enough. We know that.”