By Joe Strange for MailOnline
Published: 12:02 GMT, 2 December 2019 | Updated: 12:44 GMT, 2 December 2019
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer jumped up to second in the bookmakers' list of managers next in line to leave their job following Manchester United's disappointing 2-2 draw with Aston Villa on Sunday evening.
But while it's obvious that results have not been good enough this season, the problems at Old Trafford go way beyond the pitiful amount of points United are currently picking up.
The draw against Villa took them to 18 for the campaign from 14 games - their fewest since way back in 1988-89, a staggering 31 years ago.
Marcus Rashford looks dejected after Manchester United's draw with Aston Villa on Sunday
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could not inspire his team to victory despite seeing them take the lead
Games played: 22
Goals for: 28
Goals against: 31
Points won: 26
Clean sheets: 2
Shots faced: 244
Shot conversion rate: 8.86 per cent
*All stats in the Premier League since Solskjaer took the job permanently on March 28, 2019
Back then, United also picked up 18 points and went on to finish 11th in the table. If they achieve something similar this term, there seems little chance of Solskjaer leading them into next season.
The Norwegian bizarrely claimed that the Premier League table, in which United currently sit ninth, is not his biggest concern after Tyrone Mings cancelled out Victor Lindelof's header to earn Villa a point.
But there are plenty more statistics which should worry Solskjaer as