Man Utd Flops Glum After 7-0 Loss to Liverpool


Manchester United’s players looked glum as they arrived for training on Sunday morning, just 12 hours after their humiliating 7-0 defeat to arch-rivals Liverpool in the English Premier League.

The Red Devils were on the receiving end of a record-breaking defeat at Anfield, with the Reds running riot in a performance that will live long in the memory.

It was a result that left United’s players and staff shell-shocked, and the mood was still sombre as they arrived at the club’s Carrington training ground on Sunday morning.

The likes of Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford were all pictured arriving for training, but there was no sign of the usual smiles and banter that usually accompanies the team’s arrival.

Instead, the players looked dejected and downcast, with the magnitude of the defeat still sinking in.

The result was a huge blow to United’s hopes of challenging for the Premier League title this season, and it has left manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a huge task on his hands to lift the players’ spirits.

The Norwegian will be hoping to get his side back on track when they face Everton in the Premier League on Saturday, but it will be a tough task to get the players back to their best after such a demoralising defeat.

United have been in a poor run of form in recent weeks, and the 7-0 defeat to Liverpool was the latest in a string of disappointing results.

The Red Devils have now lost four of their last five Premier League games, and they have slipped to eighth in the table, nine points behind leaders Manchester City.

It is a far cry from the start of the season, when United were top of the table and looking like genuine title contenders.

However, the team’s form has taken a dramatic turn for the worse in recent weeks, and the 7-0 defeat to Liverpool was the nadir of their season so far.

It remains to be seen how United will respond to the defeat, but the players’ glum faces as they arrived for training on Sunday morning suggested that the team are still coming to terms with the magnitude of the result.