Jose Mourinho has set an unwanted record with Manchester united following their Europa League defeat to Feyenord Thursday night.
The Red Devils were left disappointed after Tonny Vilhena’s second-half strike ensured Feyenord had one over Mourinho’s men in the Europa League.
United were condemned to a poor start as the players failed to step on the gas with Paul Pogba in a midfield three while Marcus Rashford was left isolated in attack.
The loss was United’s fourth consecutive away loss in Europe, which is now their worst run in the club’s history. They failed to created real chances against the dutch side and even wasted the few clear-cut chances that came their way.
Before the match, Mourinho made eight changes from the team that lost to Manchester city on Saturday at Old Trafford.
The likes of Matteo Darmian, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo and Morgan Schneiderlin were given their first starts of the season, while Marcus Rashford was also given the opportunity to impress as Zlatan Ibrahimovic started from the bench.
The Portuguese was forced to make three substitutions in the 63rd minute as Memphis Depay, Ashley Young and Ibrahimovic replaced the trio of Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Rashford but could not make much difference as Feyenord ran away as victors.