English Premier League outfit Man United were defeated by 4-0 against Everton on Sunday and that has not gone well with the fans and the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he gave his reaction after the game.
Insisting that he would be a success at the club, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted that some players will not be a part of his success as he will not be willing to work with them ahead of the coming season.
The Red Devils’ chances of qualifying to the Champions League next season is now in doubt after the defeat as they might no longer end in the top-four of the English Premier League table.
However, Nemanja Matic has confessed to blamed for the result as he takes responsibility for all that happened to the team.
The Serbia international was only able to complete 75% of his passes while he won just a tackle which was not enough for his side to hold possession and this adds to his failure to win aerial balls.
He stated that the 4-0 win is his worst game in his career and for the team, noting that it is now the fault of the young players as he would have done better as one of the experienced players.