Paul Scholes has claimed that the movement of Manchester United forward Anthony Martial was "virtually non-existent" against Istanbul Basaksehir.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come in for strong criticism after a poor performance, but Scholes has suggested that Martial should field some of the blame over the coming days.
Speaking to BT Sport, the club legend said: "The movement from the centre-forwards was virtually non-existent. Anthony Martial, the amount of times I looked up when a midfielder had the ball, he was just stood in between the two centre-backs doing nothing.
"I'm a big fan of Martial but the amount of times I looked up and he was walking, he has have to realise as a centre forward - every now and again you have to move if you're going to score a goal. You can't just be walking in front of two centre-backs doing nothing."
Martial's only two goals this season have come during his last two appearances.