Former Manchester United star, Roy Keane, had said the Red Devils lost to Arsenal on Sunday because they got carried away, and lacked enthusiasm.
The Red Devils had seemed an improved side, after recording impressive wins against Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig in the UEFA Champions League, and many were already talking about a possible title push.
But a lackluster performance at home to Arsenal on Sunday has left many unimpressed, and Keane believes overconfidence may have played a part.
Speaking on Sky Sports after the 1-0 loss, Keane said, “We spoke before the game about saying being on the front foot, being aggressive, you’re the home team, and there were none of those things.
“On top of all that there was a lack of energy, enthusiasm, a real lack of quality and that really concerned me in the second half when they were getting in half decent positions and chasing the match but (there was) no quality. No composure.
“Some of the performances were really poor. Ole must be scratching his head.”
United will play Everton next in the Premier League game, and will have a chance to return to winning ways, after previously impressing against Leipzig and Paris Saint-Germain.