The Sunday lose now sees United losing both home fixtures in the Premier League this season, conceding nine goals in the process.
Solskjaer, played for the Red Devils from 1996 to 2007 and has been manager since 2018, said he has not had a day as bad as Sunday.
According to the Norwegian coach who spoke to Sky Sports,
“It’s a horrible feeling, the worst day I’ve had as a Manchester United manager and player.
“You don’t win games of football by making individual mistakes, errors, making a performance like that,”
However, the United boss admits taking full blame over the thrashing, what seems to be their joint-heaviest Premier League home defeat.
“It is embarrassing, I hold my hands up, it is my fault. It is not Manchester United,” Solskjaer told Sky Sports.”You don’t win games by making individual mistakes, errors and a performance like that.
“It was nowhere near good enough. Today is the worst. I can’t say any more than that. When you have a defeat like this you have to look yourself in the mirror.
“When we got the start we did, you think you have the game how you want it. But we made bad decisions and then we were two or three down.
“When you are 2-1 down you are in with a chance, 3-1 down a minute later is hard. At 4-1 down, it is about character and personality.
“We had to close their avenues to goal, but we didn’t come out with any aggression. There are a lot of wrongs today. We need to look at everything.”