Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has slammed his teammate following their Champions League defeat to Sevilla.
Knowing they needed to score, United had a decent opening five minutes, but quickly regressed into a passive performance, which only was sparked into life when substitute Wissam Ben Yedder scored a quick fire brace.
Speaking after the game, Romelu Lukaku, who scored a late consolation goal, had some scathing words about some of his team mates:
“Something was wrong with some players, some players were hiding,” Lukaku told BT Sport.
“I think we started the game well, but then we let them get a bit of control in the game. We had a few half-chances but we didn’t score.
“Then they scored the first goal and from that moment on we tried to chase the game. Then they scored the second one which was a big blow. At the end we kept pushing, but it was not enough.
“We should have done much better today because with the quality that we have in the team, I think we should have gone through. But we didn’t deserve it because we weren’t good enough.
“We should have scored earlier, I think maybe in the first half with the half-chances that we created. The last pass today was not good enough – we always get in the right position but the last pass to each other was not good enough and I think that’s what killed us today.
“In the dressing room some people are disappointed with the result because we expected better from ourselves.”