Manchester United Reveal Scott McTominay Played With 'One Eye' In First-Half Against Paris Saint-Germain
Scott McTominay incredibly played the first-half against Paris Saint-Germain with 'one eye' after losing a contact lens during the Champions League clash.
McTominay starred for Manchester United as they beat PSG 2-1 in their Champions League opener.
And his performance on Tuesday was even more impressive considering he had just 'one eye' in the first-half.
That's according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who revealed the Scottish international lost his contact lens.
"Scotty played the first half with only one eye!" :joy::eyes:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 20, 2020
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reveals that Scott McTominay lost one of his contact lenses during the first half in Paris... pic.twitter.com/zKNZ0U8rtf
"They're in good form now, they're good players and played really well against Newcastle," the United boss said of McTominay and Fred.
"They laid the foundation for the win in that game and laid the foundation for today as well."
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On McTominay, he added: "Scotty played the first-half with one eye as well, that was the most impressive thing, because he lost his contact lens.
"That was impressive."
The 23-year-old performed brilliantly in midfield, stopping the supply to Neymar and Kylian Mbappe who were both unable to influence the play in the attacking third.
Scott McTominay's game by numbers vs. PSG:- Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) October 20, 2020
5 tackles attempted
3 tackles won
2 chances created
Tireless. :runner:♂️:runner:♂️:runner:♂️ pic.twitter.com/DDtmEn9Cc6
Solskjaer continued: "We know when we go here against players and a team like this with players like Neymar and Mbappe we have to defend well and David will have to make a few good saves.
"We played against a fantastic team, so we have to defend well and that's the key - that the players are keen to work really hard for each other."
The Red Devils resume their league campaign on Saturday when they face Chelsea.
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