Manchester United Nemanja Matic after their 4-0 heavy defeat to Everton at Goodison Park in the Premier League game week 35 fixtures takes blames for the humiliation.
United was put to the sword by Everton, who condemned the Red Devils to their fifth consecutive away defeat in all competitions after they lost six of their past eight matches.
It is the club’s worst run of defeats since March 1981.
Speaking after the match, Matic said; “The biggest problem was that we didn’t have leaders on the pitch,” Matic, 30, told Stadium Astro.
“In this case me, because I’m one of the most experienced guys in the team so if we don’t win that battle in the middle, for our team it is difficult to play.
“If someone is to be blamed for this game it is me.
“I think that I’m most responsible because I’m one of the most experienced guys in the changing room.”
United – sixth in the Premier League and two points adrift of fourth-placed Arsenal – welcome Manchester City to Old Trafford for Wednesday’s derby.
Their crosstown rivals currently sit two points behind Liverpool as Man City look to chase down another Premier League title.
United, meanwhile, have matches against Chelsea, Huddersfield and Cardiff to wrap up the Premier League season as they push for a spot in the Champions League next season, which will be Solskjaer’s first full campaign in charge of the club.