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.
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.
McTominay for captain. Keane-esque handing out a lecture after we got three up :sunglasses: #MUFC #SuperSunday
- David Connors (@peterswellman) August 11, 2019
McTominay: "We don't stop, we go again"
After going 3-0 up.
What a bloke.
- #DC2 (@danielcollier__) August 11, 2019
Also McTominay has been impressive. Not just the way he plays. He looks a real leader at such a young age
- Joe Richardson (@Just_being_joe) August 11, 2019
"We go again"- Scott Mctominay :goat:
- Sam (@campbersss) August 11, 2019
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."
Loved that last bit of the celebration for the 3rd goal with mctominay telling the boys to go again. #MUNCHE
- (@mintz1989) August 11, 2019
Leadership from McTominay at 3-0!! Lovely to see
- :tm: (@RozaaaWood1) August 11, 2019
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.