MANCHESTER UNITED players arrived at Carrington with glum faces after their derby humiliation.
The Red Devils were beaten 3-0 by bitter rivals Manchester City on Sunday afternoon.
Manager Erik ten Hag raged at his players after the final whistle and made them endure several punishments.
SunSport exclusively revealed that the first was to sit inside the dressing room in silence so the team could ponder over their own performances while listening to City's celebrations.
Ten Hag also planned to give the squad a day off yesterday but it was cancelled as the inquest began into the defeat.
And the struggling stars have been told to do "homework" with personalised videos sent to them to show individuals where they went wrong.
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United face Newcastle in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night at Old Trafford as they look to put things right.
In preparation for the last 16 tie, players drove into Carrington this morning knowing the pressure is on.
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There was a glum look on the face of Hannibal Mejbri as he parked up.
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Meanwhile, Bruno Fernandes was behind the wheel of a Bentley and Harry Maguire drove his Range Rover.
The likes of Andre Onana, Altay Bayindir, Raphael Varane, Diogo Dalot, and Donny van de Beek were also pictured on their arrival.
United are eighth in the Premier League, 11 points behind leaders Tottenham, and they are in danger of crashing out the Champions League in the group stages.
It is the club's worst start to a season since 1986-87 when Ron Atkinson was sacked on November 6.
United face Newcastle before two away games against Fulham in the Prem and then Copenhagen in Europe.
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