Despite Manchester United’s 5-0 home humiliation by Liverpool on what he described as his darkest day in command, a defiant Ole Gunnar Solskjær said he remained the finest manager for the club and has no plans to leave.
For the first time in Premier League history, United trailed 4-0 at halftime on Sunday, thanks to goals from Naby Keta, Diogo Jota, and Mohamed Salah. At halftime, the players were booed off, and shortly after the restart, the Egyptian became the first visiting player to score a league hat-trick at United since 1991, prompting several fans to leave. To make matters worse, Paul Pogba was then sent off for a lunge on Keta, who was taken off on a stretcher.
Solskjær, when asked why he had no doubts he is still the man to take United forward, said: “I have come too far, we have come too far as a group. We are too close to give up now.” The Norwegian said he would not consider resigning.
“ “It is not easy to say something apart from that it is the darkest day I have had leading these players,” Solskjær added.
source : guardian sport