Summary: Liverpool - Manchester United 0:7 (Sport1)
Manchester United arrived at Anfield as the recent winners of the League Cup, in their attack Marcus Rashford, who has not scored more than any player in the top leagues since returning from the World Cup break, and as someone who is already marking them as another candidate for the championship alongside Arsenal and Manchester City, but in Liverpool, they suffered the biggest loss from their sworn rival in its history.
The "Mirror" revealed this evening (Monday) the punishment that Eric Ten Haah chose for his players following the humiliating 7:0, yesterday in the dressing room at Anfield, as well as the content of the conversation he had with them today in the release training held at the Carrington complex at an earlier hour than usual.
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Ten Ha'ah did not feel sorry for them, neither at the end nor the next day (Photo: GettyImages, Michael Regan)
According to "Mirror", yesterday in the dressing room at Anfield, a few minutes after the final whistle, Ten Haah demanded that his players sit in absolute silence and listen to the cheers of the Liverpool players in the dressing room not far from them, and to the celebrations of the Liverpool fans in the stands.
The Dutchman also added later that they should remember what they heard as a factor that will give them motivation not to suffer a similar humiliation in the future.
Ten Haah also told his players that they "should feel lucky that you are returning to Manchester on the team bus and don't have to make the journey home by public transport together with the fans", who are probably still dealing with the humiliation they experienced.
"Ten Haah is furious, he warned the players that if an incident like this happens again, they will all go down to practice with the reserve team and will not get another chance," a club official told "Mirror" and confirmed that Ten Haah intends to order the players to hold more meetings with the sports psychologist that the club appointed before Several months.
In addition, since the defeat there have been quite a few reactions to the weak performance of Bruno Fernandes, which the commentator Gary Neville called a "disgrace".
In England they claimed that Fernandez asked to be substituted after the sixth goal conceded by United because he did not want to stay on the field.
"Bruno stood in the middle of the field, and asked - why am I not the one who is replaced?", criticized Neville, "The truth is, his behavior in the second half was a disgrace... I have already seen too many times him waving his hands at his friends, not defending himself, whining about everything ".
The apparent escape from responsibility also angered Roy Keane, who said: "He waved his hands at the coach who is not replacing him! He does not deserve to be captain, his body language was shameful."
However, it is now claimed by those around him that he actually "asked the coach for tactical guidance", after the many changes made by Tan Haah with the substitutions towards the end, and this is the reason for waving his hands towards the bench.
It is doubtful that this reassures United fans.