Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has rendered an apology to United fans after the Manchester based team lost by a whooping four nil to his former club, Chelsea.
According to a BBC Sports report, Mourinho said, “To the millions of fans we have around the world they have a bad feeling and I am so sorry for that,” said Mourinho.
“I have to apologise as the leader of the dressing room and the only thing I can say is I’m 100% Man Utd, not 99% for Man Utd and 1% for Chelsea.
“I feel deeply the situation but there is only one answer, training on Monday and keep fighting.”
United were aiming to go above their hosts into fifth with a victory at Stamford Bridge, but were instead left to reflect on their heaviest Premier League defeat since the 6-1 drubbing by Manchester City in October 2011.
It was also the heaviest defeat for Mourinho in all competitions since Real Madrid’s 5-0 defeat by Barcelona in November 2010.
United conceded after just 30 seconds when Chris Smalling’s hesitation allowed Pedro to score the opener, with Cahill adding another 20 minutes later before second-half strikes from Hazard and Kante sealed an easy victory.