Former Manchester United midfielder, Owen Hargreaves, has slammed the club’s players following their Premier League 1-0 defeat to Everton on Saturday.
Hargreaves said Cristiano Ronaldo received no service from his teammates during the encounter, adding that Ralf Rangnick’s men were not good against the host.
He said the effort was not there from Man United, and their passing was poor against Frank Lampard’s men as they barely had any shots on target against the Toffees.
Everton defeated Man United at Goodison Park thanks to Anthony Gordon’s first-half goal.
Asked what went wrong for Manchester United against Everton, Hargreaves told Premier League productions: “What went right? A lot went wrong. What did they do right?
“The effort wasn’t there, their passing was poor, they barely had any shots on target. I don’t think they did much.
“There’s a top-four place at stake here. Look, Anthony Gordon played like it meant everything to him. Everton could go down, but United could be in the Champions League where they all want to be.
“Their names suggest that’s where they should be. But it didn’t feel like they thought it was a must-win. You want them to put on a performance but we didn’t see it.
“There was no real quality. Look at Cristiano Ronaldo during that game, he had had enough. He got no service. He got nothing to him.
“There are so many good players out there but really, you would expect way, way more from Manchester United.”