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Maguire apologises to Man Utd supporters after Liverpool embarrassment

Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has apologised to the club's supporters after Sunday's 5-0 loss to Liverpool.

The Old Trafford crowd was stunned as United went down 4-0 at half-time, before Mohamed Salah rounded off his hat-trick in the second-half to make it five.

Maguire was particularly bad on the day, and the England captain was apologetic after the match.

"It hurts. The boys are devastated, it is not good enough, nowhere near good enough," Maguire told BBC Sport.

"I am not here to analyse the game. It is not good enough. Our fans stuck with us throughout. We apologise to them, they deserve more. We have to move on and we have to improve.

"At the moment I am hurt, disappointed, I am looking at myself, every player should do. Every player has to look at themselves because to lose that game in the way we did is nowhere near good enough."


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