Liverpool loss worst Manchester United performance of the season, say Goal readers

After a 2-0 defeat at Everton that seems to have put the writing on the wall for the struggling David Moyes, 32 per cent of responses to our poll see March 16 as his lowest point
Manchester United's 3-0 home defeat at the hands of Liverpool is their worst performance under David Moyes, say Goal readers, with the beleaguered manager on the verge of the sack.

Reports across English media declared on Monday that the Scot's time at Old Trafford is nearly up, with a similarly dire 2-0 loss away at Everton on Sunday seemingly the final straw.

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Goal asked you after that match if United's Goodison Park collapse was the low point of Moyes’s reign but 32 per cent of respondents argued that losing to their great rivals at home was the worst moment of the season so far.

Steven Gerrard scored two penalties and missed a third that day, with Luis Suarez wrapping up a decisive victory for Brendan Rodgers's men, while Nemanja Vidic's red card completed Moyes’s horror.

A 2-0 defeat in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie with Olympiakos was a clear second, with 25.4% of readers opting for that dismal effort, though United did at least recover in the return encounter to reach the quarter-finals.

Another 3-0 hammering at Old Trafford was next on the list as local rivals Manchester City embarrassed their neighbours on home turf on March 25, winning 9.5% of the vote.

With several uncomfortable results throughout the season, there were votes across the board for other games, including cup exits at the hands of Swansea City and Sunderland.