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Oct 24, 2021 at 4.30pm UK
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Rio Ferdinand slams "embarrassing" Manchester United display

:Headline: Rio Ferdinand slams 'embarrassing' Manchester United display:
Former Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand slams the team's first-half performance against Liverpool.
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Former Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand has slammed the team's first-half performance in Sunday afternoon's Premier League clash with Liverpool.

The Red Devils found themselves four goals behind at the interval of the contest, with Naby Keita, Diogo Jota and Mohamed Salah all on the scoresheet at Old Trafford.

Man United entered the game off the back of two defeats in their last three Premier League matches, but they managed to turn around a two-goal deficit to beat Atalanta BC in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The 20-time English champions were booed off by their own supporters at the interval, and Ferdinand took to social media to criticise his former side for their display.

The pundit insisted that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team will "pose a threat" due to their strong attacking players, but the 42-year-old cannot believe how easy sides can open up the Red Devils.

Man United are next in Premier League action away to Tottenham Hotspur next weekend. body check tags ::

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