Romelu Lukaku Has moved to clarify moments he made about his Manchester United teammates following their Champions League exit.
United were dumped out of the competition at the last-16 stage on Tuesday night after a dismal 2-1 defeat to Sevilla.
Lukaku scored United’s only goal late on and admitted his side didn’t deserve anything out of the game.
He told BT Sport: "Some things were flawed with some players, some players were hiding.
"The deception was really big, because you know I think we started the game well, and then we started to let them have control in the game.
"Then we had a few half chances but we didn't really score, and then they scored the first goal.
"From that moment on we tried to chase the game and they scored the second one which was a big blow. At the end we kept pushing but it was not enough.
"We should have done better because the bit of quality we have in the team, we should have went through. We didn't deserve it because we weren't good enough."
But Lukaku took to social media in the early hours of Wednesday morning to clarify his comments.
He posted: "Never will i criticise my teammates! Hiding your face when you’re upset in the dressing room is normal..."
"The result is terrible but we’re Manchester United we will bounce back for sure with your support! Another big game coming up time to prepare for that one!
"200 Goals now in my young career but it’s time to add trophies in my career... time to work even harder."