The record 20-time Premier League champions now lie fifth in the standings, six points adrift of UEFA Champions League qualification and a near-unassailable 30 points behind leaders and rivals Liverpool, who have two games in hand.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not in danger of losing his job at Manchester United, despite Wednesday night's miserable defeat by Burnley. The current points tally after 24 games is 34, which is six fewer than the previous worst - that came in 2013/14 when Moyes was at the helm and United had 40 points.
His record since being promoted from caretaker boss to manager in March of past year consists of 19 wins, 11 draws and 15 defeats in all competitions.
Rodriguez played a smart one-two with Wood and continued to hit a thumping left-footed drive that beat De Gea and went in off the underside of the bar in front of the Stretford End.
"Today wasn't a fair reflection on this group of the season - they've done fantastic at times". That's where we're at'. The thousands who left Old Trafford early during Wednesday's miserable 2-0 home defeat to Burnley made that abundantly clear. Fans were walking out after 85 minutes.
After two defeats without a goal, the mood around the club and the nature of the upcoming assignments means this poor run could snowball.
"Always is at Man United, because of expectations".
'Nothing there suggests this is laying the foundation of future.
Solskjaer said: "Of course we're always looking at improving the squad and seeing if there's anything out there, but nothing that I can talk about now". Money has been spent willy-nilly in the past seven years, what's to show?' Adored by the fans and under-qualified for the role in equal measure, Solskjaer's new manager "bounce" is long forgotten, the surge that United experienced when he first took over now a distant memory. We have started a clear-out and now I am going to be answering these questions until it [transfer window] closes. We know that and obviously the fans know that as well.
The Norwegian football manager has now stated clearly that the performance of his wards against Burnley was not good enough for the club.
'I think everyone can see that these players are being stretched. The players are disappointed but they gave everything once again - the effort is there.
United next face either Watford or Tranmere in the FA Cup Sunday before heading to Manchester City for the second leg of its League Cup semifinal, which they trail 3-1.