Rasmus Hojlund immediately reacts to Liverpool losing 3-0 to Atalanta in the Europa League

Manchester United star Rasmus Hojlund immediately reacted to Liverpool’s bruising defeat to Atalanta in the Europa League.

Liverpool succumbed to Atalanta, who ran out 3-0 winners at Anfield on Thursday.

Former West Ham United forward Gianluca Scamacca bagged a brace as Mario Pasalic added a third late on.

Liverpool fans on social media ruthlessly turned on ONE player following the crushing result.

Jamie Carragher, however, picked out the one positive for Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Man United’s Hojlund also took to social media to share his thoughts on the stunning game.

He shared Atalanta’s post on his Instagram story, accompanied with the caption: “Mola mia,” which is a Bergamo saying.

Of course, Hojlund plied his trade at the Serie A club, where he scored 10 goals in 34 appearances across all competitions.

He called time on his spell at the Italian club as he transferred to Old Trafford for a whopping £72 million last summer.

But the Dane still clearly keeps an eye on his old side following his move away from the Stadio di Bergamo.

Liverpool, meanwhile, will look to overturn the three-goal deficit in next Thursday’s return leg.

After the game, Klopp bemoaned his team’s showing and admitted they deserved to lose.

“A really bad game, oh my God. We lost the plot a bit, we were everywhere and nowhere,” he said.

“We deserved to lose. Congratulations to Atalanta.”

On whether Liverpool can win the second-leg in Italy, he added: “Can we win in Bergamo? Yes if we play good. Can we win 3-0? I have no idea. No we have to recover. We must feel really, really bad. It’s important. That was a bad performance, that’s how it is.”

The Reds, who are second in the league, resume their Premier League campaign on Sunday when they host Crystal Palace.

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