Everton thrash Man Utd 4-0

David De Gea Manchester United

De Gea could yet leave United with PSG waiting in the wings

A win on Wednesday will be a hammer blow for Liverpool's hopes, but United can put them back in control.

"We were 4-0 down and [the fans] were still singing".

Everyone was guilty. Even Marcus Rashford, who has got one of the best attitudes of anyone at the club, got sucked in by what I would describe as a vacuum of negativity.

"In these kinds of games, you have to win the battle in the middle, then the team can play better football".

After all, the result against the Toffees was not just a minor blip - United have been consistently very bad since the 3-1 win against Paris Saint-Germain, losing five out of their next seven games. "I went to Barcelona on Wednesday night and watched the game and I saw players pretending to run back".

The euphoria felt in Paris and at the start of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's reign already seems a distant memory after a United performance that lacked not only quality but aggression and fire.

Gary Neville believes Manchester United's squad needs a revamp and insists the players are not as good as previous results under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suggest.

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" I've often said that if clubs have got weeds in the garden, you've got to get rid of them".

Former midfielder Paul Ince wondered whether the downturn in United's performances might threaten Solskjaer's future. However, there are still too many massive holes in his stand-up game, as evident in the 22 times he lost possession against Everton. "I know we should praise Everton, but I think the story of the game is how bad United were", said the former United striker. They are two points behind fourth-placed Arsenal (66) having played a game more.

Yes, Richarlison has the pace to cause some problems but United should still have been squeezing higher up the pitch and putting the pressure on.

"Let's see. He is an important player and will continue being an important player but about what can happen in the summer or not, this is something I cannot control but we are really happy with him".

I can not believe he did not try to change their approach at the break, though.

There were not many men in a Red Devils shirt who came out of the Goodison contest with any credit, if there was anyone at all, but one figure who was obviously poor was Nemanja Matic.

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