Gomes gets late victor as Man United sink Spurs

Posted July 29, 2019

I think we deserved more than Liverpool to win this final, but unluckily for us we didn't win. "I expect the same because there was some action in the second half that they made to us", Pochettino told reporters. He's got a lot of attribute, (he's) quick, strong, has a good technique, he's a finisher, and it's hard.

Angel Gomes scored after 80 minutes of play to put Man United ahead of Spurs and settle the score.

With other United youngsters like Mason Greenwood and James Garner opening their accounts for the club, Gomes said he was the subject of teasing in training, as he had yet to break their duck.

"Of course I was anxious, Manchester United, Eric Bailly got injured and I am sorry for that but he was alone".

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a hard task at hand to rebuild Manchester United, and one of the key areas that they need to strengthen ahead of the 2019-20 season is the centre-back position.

It was only the Ivory Coast worldwide defender's third game back after undergoing surgery on his right knee at the end of last season.

"I don't want to speculate but we'll have to wait and see but it looks a blow".

It was not all good news for United though, as central defender Eric Bailly left the field on a stretcher with what looked like a serious ankle injury. You worry - but we also gave, we did not just receive.

The English giants endured a horrendous season last term as they finished in sixth place in the Premier League and club manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a task cut out for himself.

Maguire, who joined Leicester in the wake of their famous Premier League title-winning season, has been a standout performer for the club since his arrival, and was a key man for his country at last year's World Cup in Russian Federation. "You're never happy when you get injuries - let's hope for the best for Eric".

"I apologise on behalf of our players to Manchester United".

Spurs captain Harry Kane angrily waded in and there was a scuffle, with Paulo Gazzaniga leaving his goal to join in and several United players also involved.

Leicester are under no pressure to sell and are believed to be demanding a world-record £80m fee for the 26-year-old, a figure United have been so far unwilling to meet.

"We've had six centre-backs rotating here and they've all done well".