Following Ryan Giggs' dream start to management, with Manchester United beating Norwich 4-0 in his first game in charge, he came back down to earth with a bump at the weekend.
In a game that saw a strange selection for the starting line-up, most noticeably with Nani and Ashley Young, United put in a disappointing performance.
Despite dominating possession with 63 percent and having more than double the number of shots as Sunderland, according to the BBC, it was the team fighting the relegation battle that created the more dangerous chances and who deserved their 1-0 win.
So what will Giggs do for the last home game of the season? You would imagine that he would revert to a more similar starting line-up to the one that battered Norwich, although he has hinted at the possibility of playing himself, given that it could be his last chance to play at Old Trafford, with no contract extension yet offered.
I'll have to take that into consideration but I also want to win the game as manager as well.
I want to do what's best to win the game and not just make room for me in the starting line-up or on the bench, which I won't do. We'll have to wait and see what happens on the night.
So, imagining that Giggs has a place on the bench, who can we expect in the starting 11?