Manchester United coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed Scott McTominay for being a clear positive in the poor showing against Wolves.
McTominay began the game in central midfield at Molineux in the absence of injured team-mate Ander Herrera, and he made an amazing start to the evening with a moment of individual brilliance.
Getting a pass from Fred on the edge of Wolves’ box 18, he calmly shifted the ball to his right before unleashing a brilliant shot that rolled into the bottom corner of the net. It was Scott’s first strike for the senior national team.
Ole was sad at the loss but had lots of great things to say about Scott McTominay.
His words, “Scott has never ever let us down and he never disappoints when he plays,”
“And tonight was another very, very fine performance by Scotty. So, it won’t be hard to see him play many, many games for Man United, because he has got such a great mentality.
“He is so athletic, he can play in different positions. Today we feel that’s his best position, like a high midfielder, but he can play in that defensive role easily, like he has done against PSG and Liverpool. So I was very, very pleased with him.”
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