Scott McTominay reveals what Erik ten Hag told him before entering the game

"That might be one of my favourite moments on a football pitch"

by Sead Dedovic
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Scott McTominay reveals what Erik ten Hag told him before entering the game
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Scott McTominay was the team's hero after scoring 2 goals in stoppage time to help his team beat Brentford. After the match, Scott made a statement to the media and revealed what Erik ten Hag told him before entering the game; ‘It was very loud, the fans were roaring us on so I couldn’t hear fully,’ said McTominay.

'He probably said something like: ‘Go on and score,’ which is what I did. '- he said, as quoted by METRO! Scott McTominay is a child of Manchester United. A long time passed before he got a real chance. In any case, Scott did an exceptional job with his opportunity this time around, and many people believe he needs more opportunities in the future.

These two goals appear to be the most memorable in his career.
‘That might be one of my favourite moments on a football pitch. Two goals at the death was incredible, but I am just happy to be able to contribute and show people that I can do it.’ This great midfielder also spoke about how important this victory is for Manchester United; ‘Massive.

Everyone knows we are in a difficult period at the minute, but we have fighters in the group that want to keep going right until the end.'

Scott McTominay

Manchester United will probably be in the fight for the top 4, although it is still too early to give predictions.

McTominay wanted to help his team and he managed to do it in the best way. ‘It could have been anyone on that pitch scoring the two goals. Really pleased and hopefully we can build on that from here. Sometimes we feel like we are in our own bubble with people outside only saying negative things, but we just have to block that out and be better after the international break.’

Erik Ten Hag
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