- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was on the receiving end following United's frustrating barren draw in the Europa League
- The Red Devils failed to register a single shot on goal in clash against AZ Alkmaar
- Solskjaer has now opted to close his Twitter account
Man United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has called it quits on Twitter following unending attacks from furious fans amid the club's poor run of results.
United are not finding it rosy this season both in the domestic league and in the continental stage, leaving Solskjaer under immense pressure.
The Red Devils failed to record a single shot on target during their Europa League group clash against AZ Alkmaar in Netherlands that ended in a barren draw.
The frustrated result saw United fans slate Solskjaer for attack, with many subjecting him to vicious trolls.
The abuse is now said to have forced the Norwegian to delete his account, @olegs26_ole.
Whereas the handle is yet to be verified, it has racked up more than 120,000 followers, including United captain, Ashley Young.
The bio however still have Solskjaer as Molde manager where he previously managed before landing the lucrative Old Trafford job.
Meanwhile, the tactician will be looking to get his side back to winning ways when they face struggling Newcastle United in a Premier League clash on Sunday, October 6.
Legit.ng reported earlier that Man United legend Michael Owen is of the thought that his former club will not finish among the top six teams at the end of the ongoing Premier League season.
This comes after the Red Devils' unimpressive performance this season in the Premier League and also in the Europa competition.
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