Five of Manchester United players have been brutally handed woeful grades by German newspaper Bild following their performances in their 4-3 defeat by Bayern Munich.
Erik ten Hag's men were well-beaten by Harry Kane's Bayern on Wednesday night despite the close scoreline and the defeat means the struggling Red Devils have now lost four of their first six games in 2023-24, including three in a row.
And nearly half of United's starting XI for the clash at the Allianz Arena have been given Bild's second-lowest grade possible in their player ratings following the game.
Four of the five United players given a '5' by Bild – with 1 being their best rating and 6 being the worst – were predictably in defence after Bayern picked them apart with ease.
United’s new £47.2million goalkeeper Andre Onana was given the low score for his calamitous mistake for Bayern's first goal, after Leroy Sane's shot squirmed under his gloves and rolled into the back of his net.
He has now leaked 14 goals in six games since replacing David de Gea.
Both centre backs, Lisandro Martinez and Victor Linelof, were also given the paltry scores while Diogo Dalot was hammered for his performance by the German newspaper.
Facundo Pellistri also failed to escape the damning low score as he filled in for Antony on the right-hand side.
Ten Hag himself received the second-lowest rating possible despite his side's late comeback that left them to within one goal of tying it up in the dying moments.
Sergio Reguilon and Christian Eriksen were both give 4s while the rest of United's starting XI – Ramus Hojlund, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Casemiro – all received the average score of 3 by Bild.
And it wasn't just the German press that laid into the Red Devils followingRead on m.allfootballapp.com