Manchester United are an absolute mess right now.
Their wretched 2019/20 campaign hit a new low with a terrible 1-0 loss against Newcastle at St. James’ Park on Sunday afternoon.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side now sit just two points above the relegation zone.
They’ve scored just seven goals in their last 10 games, have won just five in their last 23 matches and haven’t won away from home since March.
They are pretty damning stats.
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What is going on?
Well, David de Get tried to answer that question during his very honest post-match interview on Sky Sports.
"It is not acceptable, not just this game but the whole season," De Gea said.
"It is the most difficult time since I have been here. I don't know what is happening. We cannot even score one goal in two games."
Asked what United need to improve after a torrid start to the campaign, De Gea replied: "Everything."
"We didn't create any proper chances. We defended well. The team needs to step up. We have some big injuries but that’s no excuse. We are Manchester United, we need to keep training hard, fighting and winning games.
"A lot of things to improve. I don’t know what to say. Keep trying, fighting, improving every day. It’s a hard moment for us."
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