May 30, 2024

The pressure is mounting on Erik ten Hag following the team’s worst start to a season in over 60 years as Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp, grins hilariously in response to Man United’s 3-0 Carabao Cup loss against Newcastle.

Jurgen Klopp cringed when he heard about Man United’s disastrous home loss The Liverpool boss had few words after hearing about their crushing 3-0 defeatFollow Mail Sport’s new Man United WhatsApp channel for all the breaking news

Jurgen Klopp looked shell-shocked and winced when he heard that Manchester United had lost 3-0 to Newcastle in the Carabao Cup.

The Liverpool boss was lost for words as he simply said ‘ooh… okay’ and cringed as somebody told him about United’s latest Old Trafford meltdown.

Man United were well beaten by Newcastle’s second string as goals from Miguel Almiron, Lewis Hall, and Joe Willock condemned them to their eighth defeat of the campaign.

Their record of eight losses in 15 games means it is their worst start to a season since 1962/63, when they finished 19th in the First Division but won the FA Cup.

Jurgen Klopp looked shocked when he heard about Man United’s 3-0 loss to Newcastle

The Liverpool managed winced and said ‘ooh… okay’ as he heard about another crushing loss

Liverpool, by contrast, have won their last four games and have only lost once all season, beating Bournemouth 2-1 at the Vitality Stadium to reach the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup.

Cody Gakpo scored the opener and Darwin Nunez came off the bench to bag a stunning winner to give Klopp’s side their fourth straight win.

Things are not so rosy in M16 and Gary Neville told Sky Sports that it was a ‘worrying’ spell for Ten Hag and the club.

He said: ‘At the moment it is worrying stuff for him, losing matches but the performances have been really awful.

‘Even the ones they have won in the last few weeks. Nowhere near good enough.

‘You knew if half-decent teams came to Old Trafford they would be back with losses again.

‘You imagine after Sunday, Ten Hag would have had a message or meeting with the players to lift them for tonight.

Erik ten Hag endured a rough evening as Eddie Howe’s second string ran riot at Old Trafford

‘What do you say after this when you have seen it repeated, the same type of performance. Newcastle have made eight changes, what does he say to them, what is he thinking.’

He also criticised them for losing their discipline after they conceded twice in an eight-minute spell.

‘You can’t say it hasn’t been coming. Man United have lost their discipline in the last 10 minutes, they have looked anxious and the crowd have been quiet,’ he said.

‘Garnacho gets muscled off it. Livramento goes around Mount like he is not there. Dalot is sleeping, Almiron is not. Can he finish, by goodness he can.’

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