It was a shocking moment for Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during a post-match interview when he was asked about Harry Maguire’s comments.
The Manchester United captain claimed the home side ‘lacked belief’ after the 0-2 humbling at the hands of Manchester City at Old Trafford.
Ole, however, seemed amused at the suggestion and asked: “Have they said they lacked belief?”
The Norwegian then composed himself and added: “It’s a big thing, we’re human beings.
“That’s our job now – my job – to work on, to make sure we go into the next game with the right mentality, a winners mentality and a positive mentality.
“Of course, when you play, you might lose belief when you can’t get to the ball.
“We couldn’t make the transitions that we’re so good at.”
As per the BBC, the pressure has increased on Ole after the derby defeat.
This was supposed to be the season we win trophies after assembling a quality squad over the last two years. However, changes are needed at Old Trafford before we can hope for silverware.