Ole Gunnar Solskjaer endured his “most noticeably terrible day as Manchester United director” on Sunday as his side were mortified 6-1 at home by Tottenham.
Joined scored first however were overwhelmed by Spurs when Anthony Martial was sent off, as they endured their joint most exceedingly awful Premier League misfortune.
The outcome walks out on Solskjaer in sixteenth spot in the table.
“We have contributed a great deal to our own destruction,” said Solskjaer, who played for the club before turning out to be chief.
“To clarify now is very troublesome. We have been beaten 6-1 at home by a generally excellent side.
“It is the most exceedingly awful day of my profession as Manchester United director and the most noticeably terrible day for every one of them as United players.
“It isn’t the most exceedingly awful day in Manchester United history, we have bobbed back previously.”
The thrashing carries with it various undesirable details for United:
Their joint-heaviest annihilation in the Premier League – losing by five objectives for the fourth time in the opposition, and unexpectedly since a 6-1 thrashing by Manchester City in October 2011.
Annihilation in their initial two home rounds of an association crusade for simply the fifth time in the club’s set of experiences, with 1986/87 being the past event.
Yielding six objectives in a solitary Premier League game for just the third time – with each coming in October (1996 v Southampton, 2011 v Man City, today v Spurs).
Tottenham become the main visiting side to score four first-half objectives in a group game away at Manchester United since Spurs themselves likewise did as such in November 1957 of every a 4-3 win.