Victory over Chelsea in midweek gave cause for optimism, but a fit Bournemouth side showed just how far behind Ten Haga’s United are this season.
The Dutchman looked dejected as he watched in the rain at Old Trafford as his side were completely outplayed and were lucky not to lose more.
They were loudly booed after the final whistle, although many fans had long since left.
United’s fourth home defeat of the season hardly inspired hope ahead of next week’s Champions League clash with Bayern Munich.
For Bournemouth, who won thanks to goalsUnited finally began to threaten to level the scores in the second half, but with two goals in five minutes against Bournemouth – Billing and Senesi scored the goals with headers off Marcus Tavernier assists – United’s defense went AWOL.
Bournemouth were looking to score more and were denied a fourth goal when Dango Ouattara broke through theHe went forward and scored a goal, but his shot was ruled a handball after a VAR check.
Bournemouth’s win did not adorn them in any way and the south coast club
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