Scott McTominay admitted the Manchester United dressing room was a ‘troublesome’ place to be after their dismal 6-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.
United have been pulled aside by Jose Mourinho’s aspect as Harry Kane and Son Heung-min scored two targets every to inflict United’s joint-heaviest Premier League loss.
4 of Tottenham’s six targets got here after Anthony Martial’s pink card within the first half, however United have been manner beneath par for practically all the sport.
They trailed 4-1 on the break and conceded two extra within the second half, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer introducing McTominay and Fred to seemingly restrict the injury.
McTominay advised MUTV what Solskjaer stated at half time: “The message was to point out some b******* and to go on the pitch and actually present your self as a Manchester United participant. To not draw back, not need the ball, and never make any tackles. By no means has that been Manchester United, by no means ever.”
The midfielder then revealed how United’s ‘harm’ gamers had responded to the defeat, their second successive reverse at house on this Premier League season.
“Tough, so troublesome to absorb the environment within the dressing room. Not straightforward in any respect,” added McTominay.
“The stress at this soccer membership to play on the highest stage each week is massive, so if you wish to tackle that duty and play on the highest stage, you need to present that on the pitch each single second you are on the pitch. It’s a must to prepare prefer it’s your final ever coaching session.
“And for us, the targets we conceded right this moment have been nowhere close to ok from what I’ve seen once I was enjoying. Tough to take.
“That is soccer once more. You get these shock outcomes. They arrive round, hopefully by no means once more in your profession. Everyone in that dressing room, I can guarantee you, could be very very harm.
“It has been a troublesome day and it isn’t as straightforward as you go house, see your loved ones and it isn’t going to harm. It is not like that.”