Manchester United hit the lowest of the lows under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sunday after they were whipped 5-0 by their biggest rivals Liverpool. To rub further salt on the wound, it was at Old Trafford and Mohamed Salah became the first player in the Premier League era to score a hat-trick at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's position has been under pressure and performances under scrutiny over the last weeks after a huge investment in the summer which included the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester. Ole himself admitted it was the darkest day of his time as manager of the club.
There were growing calls among the United fans for Solskjaer to be fired immediately. Many even felt he should not have resumed the second half with the team considering the team were down 4-0 at half time and fans were seen leaving the stadium, but the United board have been moving through several motions.
Reports coming out of England suggest Solskjaer would still be in charge for the game against Tottenham Hotspur and it'd be crucial leading up to the games against Atalanta and Manchester City. It is also believed that United have an agreement with Antonio Conte to take charge if Solskjaer is sacked at any moment.