Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea was inconsolable in his post-match interview after the Reds were defeated by Newcastle United at St James Park.
Matty Longstaff scored the only goal of the game on his Premier League debut, firing a shot home from 20 yards that De Gea could do little about.
The defeat now means Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have failed to win any of their last eleven away games, including eight in the Premier League, their worst record in 30 years.
There were very few positives either, as United delivered the kind of abject performance that has become so familiar this season under Solskjaer.
De Gea, who had relatively little to do in the game apart from pick the ball out of his net, was visibly gutted by the team’s efforts.
The Spaniard admitted it’s the most difficult time he has had during his career at United, and pointed out how the Reds have scored just one goal in the last two games.
See De Gea’s reaction below:
"This is probably the most difficult time since I've been here. I don't know what is happening."@ManUtd goalkeeper David De Gea struggles to hide his deep disappointment after the Reds' 1-0 defeat to Newcastle 😮
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) October 6, 2019