After embarrassing Watford spanking, Man Utd flops were “crying” in the dressing room


According to reports, Manchester United’s players were seen crying in the dressing area on Saturday after their humiliation at Watford (4-1). Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was the one in charge.

Watford beat United 5-0. An emergency meeting was called after the match and concluded with an agreement between Solskjaer (club) and the club to end the game.

It was clear that some of the players were tired after Solskjaer’s exit and United being beaten to the fourth loss in five Premier League matches. Manchester Evening NewsReporting that players were crying in the dressing-room

Their tears will not change anything as United has collapsed, and Solskjaer has taken it.

Bruno Fernandes puts his head into his shirt after Man Utd's 4-1 loss at Watford
Bruno Fernandes tries to keep his head in his shirt after Man Utd’s 4-1 defeat at Watford

United had returned from international break knowing Watford’s away trip was crucial. However, the Hornets defeated the Red Devils by scoring twice in each half.

After the savage defeats of Liverpool and Manchester City, Solskajer’s pressure was high. United had only one win from seven matches.

But they were swept aside again. The manner of their defeat was once more concerning for United, who require a miracle in order to get their season back on track.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was speechless at full time
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was at the end of his rope speechless

Solskjaer may not have got it right this season, but the Norwegian has been let down by his players, and with £73million summer signing Jadon Sancho failing to record a single goal or assist, he has been let down.

Harry Maguire’s second-half defeat to Watford saw him red carded. This was a sign of the team’s lack discipline. Solskjaer was brutally punished by the home and hung out to dry.

United may be in turmoil, with a away to Stamford Bridge being next up in Premier League.

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