Ole Gunnar Solskjaer apologised to the travelling Manchester United fans following their 4-0 defeat at Everton.
The Norwegian manager could do nothing as his side fell to a terrible four-goal defeat at the hands of the Toffees.
They were second best all afternoon at Goodison Park and could have been on the receiving end of an even worse defeat had Marco Silva’s side finished off some other good chances.
With the loss, United remain two points off fourth in the Premier League table – with Arsenal, who occupy the final Champions League spot, in action against Crystal Palace this afternoon.
Solskjaer will be bitterly disappointed with the result, but didn’t hide post-match and went straight to the United fans to say sorry:
It’s good to see they responded positively.
Solskjaer has had a difficult start to life as permanent United manager, losing three of their last five games since getting a three-year contract.
But the future will be under Solskjaer’s stewardship and United fans will know he’ll make big changes in the summer.