Analysis: What are Manchester United’s biggest issues on the pitch?

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Manchester United’s flaws were on full show when Liverpool came to town on Sunday. The Red Devils found themselves four nil down at half-time, as the Merseyside team ripped them apart with ease.

The game would go on to finish five nothing, with Paul Pogba handed his marching orders early in the second half after just being introduced to the games.

A chorus of boos rang around Old Trafford at full-time, as the fans that remained let Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players know their feelings, in United’s heaviest loss at home to Liverpool and their heaviest since 1955 where they lost to neighbours Manchester City without scoring a goal and conceding five+ goals.

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