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Man Utd break unwanted record after humiliating 4-0 defeat to Crystal Palace.

Man Utd break unwanted record after humiliating 4-0 defeat to Crystal Palace.

Manchester United suffered an embarrassing defeat at Crystal Palace.

Manchester United has set a new, unwanted club record after the humiliating defeat at Crystal Palace.

Man United suffered a crushing 4-0 defeat to Palace on Monday as the pressure mounts on Erik ten Hag.

Michael Olise (x2), Jean-Philippe Mateta and Tyrick Mitchell were all on the scoresheet for Palace, who secured their first ever league double against the Red Devils.

Due to the defeat in the capital, Ten Hag’s team continues to languish in eighth place, with only 54 points on the board.

The heavy loss also saw Man United set a new unwanted record.

For the first time in history, Man United have lost thirteen games in a single Premier League season.

They have lost a whopping 13 of their 35 league games this season, having lost to Manchester City, Arsenal, Tottenham, Newcastle United and Brighton.

The Old Trafford team will take on Arsenal, Newcastle and Brighton in the league before the season is over.

In all competitions this season, Man United have lost a staggering 18 games – the most in a season since 1977/78.

Erik ten Hag gestures on the sideline.  Image: Getty

Erik ten Hag gestures on the sideline. Image: Getty

In addition, Man United have conceded a whopping 81 goals in all competitions – the highest total in the club’s history since 1976/77.

They have won just one league match since April – a 4-2 victory over Sheffield United.

Ten Hag said after the match: “It is clear that we underperformed.

“We should have kept fighting like the fans did.”

The Dutch boss added: “There are reasons, everyone has seen our backline… but we have to deal with it.

“We have nine points to play for… I will keep fighting,” he concluded.

Man United resumes their faltering league campaign against leaders Arsenal on Sunday.

Featured image credits: Getty

Topics: Manchester United, football