Manchester United slumped to a dreadful 2-0 defeat against Burnley on Wednesday at Old Trafford and now is perhaps the lowest point in the club's Premier League history.
Not once did the host's look in the game, as the away side looked comfortable throughout and kept United's lacklustre, tactically inept players at bay. Throughout the game, Anthony Martial and Fred were forced into long shots and Aaron Wan-Bissaka resulted in hopelessly whacking the ball into the empty Burnley area far too often.
As time went on, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer failed to adjust to Sean Dyche's superior tactics and the former increasingly looked more and more out his depth by the minute. Plus, Solskjaer didn't exactly have many options for men to change the game, shockingly resulting in bringing on a left-back in Luke Shaw and the consistently below par Jesse Lingard.