Manchester United fans increased the pressure on the Glazer family and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men fell to an embarrassing home defeat to Burnley.
Chris Wood and Jay Rodriguez goals secured the Clarets’ first win at Old Trafford since 1962 as chants from an angry and disillusioned fanbase filled the air on Wednesday.
In the wake of the 2-0 home loss, the PA news agency has picked out five of the worst performances during Solskjaer’s reign.
Everton 4 Manchester United 0 (Premier League – April 21, 2019)
Huddersfield 1 Manchester United 1 (Premier League – May 5, 2019)
As the energy and attitude shown during Solskjaer’s caretaker stint ebbed away, relegated Huddersfield took advantage as the home faithful enjoyed their last taste of Premier League football at the John Smith’s Stadium. This result ended United’s faint hopes of a top-four finish as the Terriers avoided a record-equalling 15th top-flight home loss. United faltered after Scott McTominay got them off to a fine start in West Yorkshire, where Isaac Mbenza punished a shambolic display to give Town fans an all-too-rare reason to cheer.
Manchester United 0 Cardiff 2 (Premier League – May 12, 2019)
Newcastle 1 Manchester United 0 (Premier League – October 6, 2019)