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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance and Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    I think I'll call it a night there and leave you with the MOTD panel.

    You can read all of tonight's match reports and reaction over here and join us tomorrow for Wolves v Liverpool and Tranmere v Watford.


  2. Post update

    On Match of the Day Phil Neville says Manchester United should stick with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while Martin Keown says he won't be there past the end of the season.


  3. What's next?

    Manchester United play Watford or Tranmere in the FA Cup on Sunday and then face Manchester City in the second leg of the League Cup semi next Wednesday.

  4. 'Kids won't want to wear Man Utd shirts'

    Manchester United

    More from Rio Ferdinand, speaking to BT Sport: "There are young kids in the schools around the country - they are not going to be wearing United shirts. They are not going to be wanting to come here and support United based on what we saw out there.

    "It is not going to happen. Fans are walking out after 84 minutes. It's an embarrassment."

  5. 'A test they will come through'

    FT: Man Utd 0-2 Burnley

    Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer talking to BBC MOTD:

    "There are loads of thoughts through my mind. At one point it felt like we were creating openings and didn't take them. Now, one of disappointment. We hold our hands up, it is not good enough.

    "Burnley scored one wonder goal and one you see them score all the time. When you are dominating and you don't have that cutting edge to score that was disappointing, When they scored, we didn't have an answer.

    "The players are giving everything, they have done absolutely fantastic so far this season but they know it wasn't good enough tonight.

    "The boys looked mentally tired towards the end, we didn't find that creativity. We can't feel sorry for ourselves. When you are at Man Utd you are privileged because you are playing for the best club in the world. Sometimes you go through periods like that and it is a test I am sure they are going to come through."

  6. 'You can't lie and tiptoe around it'

    Manchester United 0-2 Burnley

    Manchester United

    More from Rio Ferdinand on BT Sport: "It is hard to be sitting here and criticising. There are some of my ex-team-mates there. You want them to do well but you cannot lie and tiptoe around it. You have to say what you see."

  7. 'We are working on signings'

    FT: Manchester United 0-2 Burnley

    Manchester United

    More from Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, to BT Sport, on bringing in new players: "We are looking to improve, we have got our targets. This is our second defeat at home and first since August. I thought we had turned that corner.

    "We have started a clear-out and now I am going to be answering these questions until it [transfer window] closes. We are working on things.

    "For me the most important thing is we have to perform on the pitch. Tonight wasn't good enough for a Manchester United team."

  8. Watch NOW

    You can watch MOTD at the top of the page.

  9. 'Not good enough'

    FT: Manchester United 0-2 Burnley

    Manchester United

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

    Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BT Sport: "We have got to hold our hands up and say it wasn't good enough.

    "In the first half we created some half openings but we were not sharp enough to take our chances. They were clinical and efficient and defended well. we couldn't open them up.

    "The boys have given everything they have got but they are experiencing this period for the first time in their lives. When you are at Manchester United you are playing at the biggest and best club in the world. Some of them have played 10, 12, 15 games and it's not easy for them.

    "I'm going to back them and help them get through this. We can't do anything but hold our hands up and say it's not good enough.

    "You can talk about it all day long and we are disappointed with our points tally. We work every single day for these boys to improve and perform better than this."

  10. Post update

    Not that he'll need it anytime soon but strongfitorganised.pdf could be Sean Dyche's CV.

  11. 'Strong, fit and organised will never go out of fashion'

    Man Utd 0-2 Burnley


    Sean Dyche

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche talking to BBC MOTD:

    "I'm very pleased with that. We know it's a tough place to come and it was a good performance from us. We scored two very good goals.

    "They didn't find any killer moments, which was very pleasing. Strong, fit and organised will never go out of fashion."

  12. 'This squad is the worst in 30 years'

    Old Trafford

    Former Liverpool striker Peter Crouch, speaking to BT Sport: "The most damning stat is that they have a squad that cost £100m more than Liverpool. Who is buying the players? They will probably go out now and spend £30-40m on one player.

    "This squad has to be the worst squad in the last 30 years. Look at it tonight, look at the options off the bench, it is miles off it. It is a sad state of affairs.

    "There is no ethos. I don't know what a Manchester United player is anymore. Most of the players that Manchester United have bought in the last five years have gone backwards."

  13. Post update

    Imagine how many goals you would have missed if you'd had a season ticket at Old Trafford for 20 years and left at 84 minutes every week...

  14. 'It is an embarrassment'

    Manchester United 0-2 Burnley

    More from Rio Ferdinand on BT Sport: "84th minute I saw people get up and go. That is unheard of at this stadium. Seeing people leave with disdain on their face. It is an embarrassment. The downward spiral in seven years has been remarkable.

    "I have played with Ole, he is an ex team-mate of mine but the results have not been good enough. He has had some key players get injured but with the big amount of money spent on this squad you would expect more in reserve."

  15. Post update

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on screen. Quick-fire points:

    • The boys gave it their all
    • It wasn't good enough
    • We hold our hands up
    • We're still fifth
  16. 'There's still work to be done'

    FT: Manchester United 0-2 Burnley


    Sean Dyche

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche, speaking to BT Sport: "We didn't come here expecting to dominate the ball. I thought we put a really good shift in and the team delivered.

    "I'm pleased we are in the record books for various reasons. We have had some ups and downs this season. There are so many positives tonight. There's lots of work to be done. That's how it works.

    "Our record against the top six is indifferent. Manchester United still ask questions and dominated the ball. I can't worry about everyone else. I can only focus on us.

    "I can assure you our first port of call is making sure we are in the Premier League."

  17. '£600m has been spent and the best players are homegrown'

    Manchester United 0-2 Burnley

    Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand, speaking to BT Sport: "I am a football fan. I love this club and want it to do well. Since that point (beating PSG last year) it has been a rocky road. It is not just one area. It all needs to be brought together and it needs someone to come in with a vision to do that.

    "You look at some of the players that have come in - were these players ever Manchester United players, really? Who is buying these players? The manager who wanted them for now or the club?

    "£600m has been spent on this squad and the best players this season have been home grown talent. That speaks volumes about the recruitment. It tells you how shoddy it has been.

    "Look at Liverpool, they buy the best players to fit in their system. It is not a short term fix. Total opposite end of the scale here."

  18. Post update

    'Strong, fit and organised will never go out of fashion' - S. Dyche, 2020.


  19. 'It's mad'

    FT: Manchester United 0-2 Burnley


    Burnley forward Jay Rodriguez, speaking to BBC MOTD: "It's great. It's always good to come here and play at one of the best stadiums in the world. I've been here a couple of times to watch."

    On Burnley's first win at Old Trafford since 1962: "It's mad that. It's a great feeling. The lads have come in the dressing room buzzing.

    "These are the moments you work hard for. We stopped them playing. We showed our qualities to keep the ball and hurt them.

    "That two-goal cushion was good for the team."