(CNN)Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag stood on the touchline with a face like thunder as he watched his team fall apart against Liverpool on Sunday.
The Dutchman had been praised for turning around the club's fortunes ahead of the Premier League tie against its fierce rival, but the 7-0 drubbing that followed showed there was still some way to go.
Following the humiliation -- the team's worst league loss since 1931 -- ten Hag did not hold back on his team.
"It was not about one or two players. It was the whole team; you saw 11 individuals losing their heads," Ten Hag told reporters after the game.