Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea says "everything" went wrong for the Red Devils during their 1-0 loss away to Steve Bruce's Newcastle United.
A Matty Longstaff goal on his debut got the Toon their second win of the season, after a 1-0 win away to Tottenham Hotspur. The 19-year-old told NUFC TV that, it was a "bit of a dream, to be honest. Went to bed dreaming of this moment, and to do it was a bit surreal."
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However, despite the celebrations from the Newcastle side, there is a lot of questions for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United. The Red Devils just have nine points from eight games and have already experienced three defeats.
When asked what went wrong, David De Gea said to Sky Sports, "everything. I think a lot of things need to improve. They were the better team today.
"I don't know what to say, really. Just keep trying, keep fighting, keep improving every day. It's a hard moment for us, a difficult moment, but we are United and we need to keep fighting."
"Yeah. Probably the worst time, most difficult time, since I've been here. I don't know. I don't know what is happening. Come on, we cannot score even one goal in two games. Sorry to the fans."
"We will keep fighting for sure, we will come back, but at the moment we are in a difficult situation. It's a hard moment for us. The most difficult time since I've been here. I don't know why or what is happening.
"The team needs to step up. We have some big injuries but that's no excuse. We are Manchester United, we need to keep training hard, fighting and winning games."