Romelu Lukaku has admitted some of his Manchester United teammates 'hid' after Tuesday night's Champions League exit at the hands of Sevilla.
Jose Mourinho's side were beaten 2-1 and eliminated at the last 16 stage after a dismal performance at Old Trafford.
And Lukaku, who pulled an ultimately insignificant goal back late in the game, admitted that his teammates were in poor spirits following the match.
“Some things were wrong with some players,” he told BT Sport.
“We kept pushing but it wasn’t enough and should have done much better with the quality we have in our team.
"Some players were hiding." — Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 13, 2018
"We expected better from ourselves, we didn't show the quality we have."
Romelu Lukaku speaks honestly to @DesKellyBTS after Man Utd's Champions League exit. pic.twitter.com/FRGLjzPZAf
"I don't think the performance was bad, I think the intention and the way we started was really good and positive," he told BBC Sport. "Sevilla has a good team and they can hide the ball and have players in midfield who are good at doing that. They did that for the majority of the time."