Manchester United captain Harry Maguire admitted he and his team-mates were embarrassed in their 5-0 home loss to Liverpool.
The England star apologized to the fans after the match and admitted that he would focus on his individual performance, which was not up to standard.
But he called for unity among the combined squad after being humiliated by Mohamed Salah & Co.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the match, Maguire said: “We apologize to the fans, it was not good enough for this club.
“He was with us till the end and we appreciate that but as a club we have to do better.
“I’m very disappointed, we gave them so many chances. They were so clinical, we had so many chances ourselves but I’m a defender and it’s not good enough to give four especially in the first half at Old Trafford.
“As a player I know myself. I will look at myself and my individual performance.
“We have to be together, there’s no point blaming each other but look at yourself.
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“When we get home tonight look in the mirror and think about where we can do better.
“To lose to Liverpool in any game of football hurts. Their rivals, the way we lost the game, to be 4-0 down in front of our fans, as I say it’s not enough .
“[Too far to say embarrassing?] Not necessary. The word I would use is not good enough. I see those boys training every day and we are working as hard as we can but at the moment it is not good enough.
“I apologize to the fans, we have to see ourselves as one person, but we have to live together.”
Maguire had a role in all five Liverpool goals.
He was caught first in No Man’s Land and left Luke Shaw to cover Salah and Nabi Keita, who opened the scoring.
Maguire and Shaw then tangled, allowing Salah to find Trent Alexander-Arnold, who crossed for Diogo Jota to add a second.
The captain then failed to track down Salah as Egypt scored her first, leaving too much room for Salah to add her second.
After half-time Maguire was caught by a brilliant pass from Jordan Henderson and left for dead by Salah’s pace, the Liverpool star finished his hat-trick behind David de Gea.
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