Manchester United midfielder, Nemanja Matic has blamed his fellow team-mates for the sack of manager, Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho was dismissed by United last week Tuesday following the club’s poor form this season.
The Portuguese gaffer was replaced by former Red Devils player, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
But reacting to the sack of Mourinho, Matic stated that United players were responsible.
Asked whether his team-mates should take responsibility for Jose Mourinho’s sack, Matic was quoted by FourFourTwo as saying:
“I said this also after the Liverpool game, that we have to take responsibility and do our best to play better and to win games.
“I don’t know [what changed at Cardiff]. This is the question no-one has an answer to but we are sure this is the way to continue, to fight and we will try to do it.
“This is football. In football this happens. We know also it’s not only the manager’s fault when the results are not good.
“But this is football and we have to carry on, to fight for the club.”
Man United will face Huddersfield Town on Wednesday in the Premier League fixture.