GARY NEVILLE was rendered speechless after yet another abject display from Manchester United.
Often so critical of the Red Devils this season, the former pro turned pundit was actually lost for words following the 4-0 defeat to Brighton.
Neville took to Twitter after the game, simply posting a full stop as he reacted to the thrashing at the hands of the Seagulls.
And Manchester United fans seemed to have been left equally as speechless by the abject display.
Neville’s ONE CHARACTER long tweet racked up over 20,000 less than half an hour after being published.
The Sky Sports pundit then went on to retweet posts about United’s travelling fan directing chants of “You’re not fit to wear the shirt” at Ralf Rangnick’s flops.
United playmaker Bruno Fernandes even admitted following the game that he was not fit to wear the shirt himself.
When asked about the chants from the fans, Fernandes admitted: “I include myself in that.
“What we did today, what I did today, was not enough to be in a Man United shirt and I accept it.”
A first half scorcher from Moises Caicedo, plus goals from Marc Cucurella, Pascal Gross and Leandro Trossard in a ten minute spell after the break consigned United to a miserable 4-0 defeat.
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The defeat, an 11th of the season in the league, means United will end the season with their lowest ever Prem points tally.
Ralf Rangnick told Sky Sports: “It was a terrible performance. From the first until the last minute it was not enough, we can only apologise for this performance and a humiliating defeat.
“[Monday’s win over Brentford] was a different game, we just gave too much time and space.
“We were never in a position where we could stop them playing through our lines. We told the players be as compact as they could but we couldn’t stop it.
“I don’t think they ignored the game plan but we weren’t able to stop them.
“We gave them too much space and if you do that against a technically good team like Brighton, you will get punished.”