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Scott McTominay Tells Manchester United Team-Mates "We Go Again" In Huddle After Going Three Goals Up

Scott McTominay Tells Manchester United Team-Mates "We Go Again" In Huddle After Going Three Goals Up

Manchester United fans loved Scott McTominay's reaction to going 3-0 up against Chelsea on Sunday.

The 22-year-old midfielder was seen on TV cameras giving his team a pep-talk in a huddle as they celebrated Marcus Rashford's second goal.

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The rising star could be heard shouting "we go again" to his team-mates even with a three-goal lead in the bag on Frank Lampard's men.

And Red Devils fans loved the leadership and mentality on show from such a young midfielder.


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Scott McTominay in action for Manchester United against Chelsea on Sunday
Scott McTominay in action for Manchester United against Chelsea on Sunday

Rashford scored his second goal of the day to put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men 3-0 ahead and the players ran to the corner to celebrate.

And while they were huddled and congratulating the English striker, McTominay chimed in with a few words of motivation, too.

One fan said: "McTominay for captain. Keane-esque handing out a lecture after we got three up."

Another Twitter user wrote: "Also McTominay has been impressive. Not just the way he plays. He looks a real leader at such a young age."

Another post on social media read: "McTominay doing captain things in that huddle Love the McSauce."


Manchester United ran riot on Chelsea on Sunday in a thumping 4-0 win to open their Premier League season.

Rashford gave them the lead from the penalty spot during a close first-half in which Chelsea hit the woodwork twice.

But Solskjaer's men pulled away after half-time in devastating fashion on the counter-attack.

Anthony Martial doubled their lead after converting a low cross before Rashford added his second, taking in a delightful long ball from Paul Pogba before sliding it past Kepa.

Daniel James replaced Andreas Pereira in the 74th minute - and his goal rounded off a brilliant opening weekend for Manchester United.

Topics: Chelsea, Manchester United, scott mctominay

Sunni Upal

Sunni Upal is editor at SPORTbible

 

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