Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson apologised to fans after his side were dumped out of the Carling Cup by Crystal Palace on Wednesday night.
Glenn Murray headed an extra-time winner as the Championship outfit claimed a memorable 2-1 quarter-final win at Old Trafford.
Ferguson, who had made 10 changes for the tie, paid tribute to the visitors but was far from impressed by the performance of his own players, and told MUTV: "I don't know where to start to be honest. My apologies are to the fans because that was not a Manchester United performance."
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