Former Manchester United forward ”Wayne Rooney” has attacked the Red Devils for their stunning 5-0 misfortune to Liverpool in the premier league conflict game last weekend.
Jurgen Klopp’s men were savage against Manchester United, with Mo Salah additionally getting a hat-trick at the Old Trafford, a night that will torment Old Trafford fans forever.
Manchester United have been under weighty analysis since that day, with many requiring the firing of their coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Rooney has now joined his former teammates Gary Neville and Rio Ferdinand in surveying the clubs performance as they came to the conclusion that it was inadmissible.
It was their most exceedingly terrible outcome against their bitter opponents since 1925 and when quizzed about his perspective with regards to the game, Rooney had this to say;
”There is a big responsibility on those players. They are world-class players, international players and a club like United need more.
Those players need to be hurt, need to feel when you lose games how much it hurts you.
I’m seeing too many players not willing to run back, not willing to defend and not willing to put everything on the line for that club and that’s not acceptable.
He further added; Are you telling me that’s the manager’s fault or the player’s fault? I don’t know.”