ALAN Shearer unleashed a scathing review of Swansea City's 3-1 defeat at home to Manchester United, describing it as "embarrassing".
The Newcastle legend was furious with the Swans' approach to the game, pointing out a lack of effort by the home side.
United were coming off the back of a defeat in midweek to Fenerbahce, and the Match of the Day pundit felt they were there for the taking.
However, a stunning strike from Paul Pogba and a brace from Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave them a comfortable victory.
"It was the most abject, embarrassing 45 minutes of football that I have seen from any football team at any level," said Shearer, one of the many furious comments during Match of the Day 2.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores the third against Swansea City
"This was a Swansea team supposably trying to impress the new manager who was in his fourth game. You would think [Swansea] would go after them, but they didn't.
"For United it was a training game. It was a complete lack of effort to put a shift and United controlled it with ease.
"No wonder the Swansea fans were booing the players. You look at Bob Bradley and say "good luck mate with that set of players" if they're going to put that lack of effort in."
Fellow pundit Danny Murphy also offered his opinion. He said he was hoping to see Swansea react to their position in the league and give the home crowd a sense that the players cared.
He added: "You've got to let the team you're playing against know they can't take the Mickey out of you and if that means putting a few tackles in and letting people know you're there, then that's what you've got to do. Swansea didn't do that."