It wasn’t only Gary Neville going in on Manchester United’s players after their surrender at Everton.
Sky Sports colleague Jamie Carragher took some pot shots too as the Reds went down 4-0 on Merseyside.
The former Liverpool defender picked out the player who he thought let the side down the most as United’s top four hopes took a hit.
He felt Nemanja Matic was the worst on show – and former Old Trafford striker Louis Saha couldn’t disagree.
“It’s like he’s towing a caravan.”
Saha said: “It’s disturbing. It’s a really bad show of attitude.
“You see some heavy legs, not the right attitude when something is going bad.
“You feel like there is no reaction straight away, aggressiveness is not there, the pressing is half done. As a Manchester United fan I can’t understand what I’m seeing here.”
Their comments were nothing compared to Neville’s live rant.
“There is some Japanese knotweed at that football club and it’s attacking the foundations of the house and it needs dealing with properly,” he complained.
“A few weeks ago I said that Jose Mourinho, the fans stuck with him but wanted him out in the end. They don’t want Ole Gunnar Solskjaer out, they’re not going to turn on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Those players are well and truly – their heads are on the line.
“Manchester United players, honestly it’s embarrassing watching some of them out there on the pitch. I’m absolutely furious.
“I have full belief in Ole to do what he needs to do. The club will obviously support him but there is a big problem and that performance today I have to say was rancid.”
Neville went on: “I don’t need to name names, everyone knows who they are. They are in the newspapers every single day, they are on social media every single day.
“I am watching players out here who play for Liverpool and Man City and they’re working their absolute backsides off every single week for their football club. And I’m watching Man United players on that football pitch walking around, saunter round, jogging back.”