– Solskjaer was handed his worst defeat against Everton since taking over as Man United boss
– His side lost 4-0 to the Toffees to have their hopes of a top four finish dented
– The Norwegian has since taken time to apologise to United fans
Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has offered a passionate apology to club fans following his side’s 4-0 embarrassing defeat to Everton on Sunday, April 21, at Goodinson Park.
Richarlison opened the scoring for the hosts in the 13th minute with an acrobatic strike before Gylfi Sigurdsson doubling the lead just minutes to the hour mark with a long range thunderbolt.
Two other second half goals from Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott ensured United were handed a comprehensive defeat away from home.
In his post-match interview, Solskjaer decried his side’s lackluster performance through the game, before offering his apologies to fans.
“From the first whistle everything went wrong. I just want to apologise to the fans. They’re the only people with the badge on today who can hold their head high, because we can’t,” the United boss told Sky Sports.
The Norwegian tactician further promised his side would ensure they bounce back to winning ways in their next Premier League match when they battle rivals, Man City.
“We hold our hands up and apologise to everyone associated with the club. We have a perfect chance to make amends on Wednesday [against Manchester City],” he submitted.
The match will be decisive for both clubs with City angling to bag the EPL title as United pursues the evasive top four finish.
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