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Alan Shearer has singled out Marcus Rashford as one of four Manchester United players he accused of 'giving up' in the 1-0 defeat against Newcastle.

Anthony Gordon scored the only goal of the game at St James' Park on Saturday night as United suffered their sixth loss in 14 Premier League outings this season.

The scoreline flattered the visitors who delivered a dismal performance and were comprehensively outfought and outplayed over the course of an embarrassingly one-sided affair.

Speaking on The Rest is Football podcast, Shearer suggested the manner of the defeat spoke volumes for the attitude of some United players

'I thought they were a mess, I thought they were terrible,' he said.

Alan Shearer said Marcus Rashford was one of four Manchester United players who 'gave up' in the 1-0 defeat against Newcastle on Saturday

Alan Shearer said Marcus Rashford was one of four Manchester United players who 'gave up' in the 1-0 defeat against Newcastle on Saturday

Shearer said a number of Erik ten Hag's players had a 'bad attitude'

Shearer said a number of Erik ten Hag's players had a 'bad attitude' 

'I thought their attitude was awful and it highlighted some of the really bad attitudes they clearly have.

'When it's tough and when it's hard, you see the players who want to play for you and you see the players who want to support you as a manager and as a fan. 

'And I thought there were three or four players yesterday who were not prepared to roll their sleeves up and gave up far too easily and didn't want to fight.'

Ten Hag was visibly frustrated with some of his players on Saturday night and argued with Anthony Martial after the striker's failure to track back a Newcastle break almost resulted in a goal for Miguel Almiron.

The Frenchman remonstrated with the manager and was eventually hauled off after an hour in place of Rasmus Hojlund.

Marcus Rashford endured a similarly disappointing night, repeatedly giving away possession and seemingly making very little effort to run back and help out defensively.

The England international scored 30 goals in all competitions last season and was rewarded with a five-year deal worth £300,000-a-week summer, but

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