Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay wasn’t fully satisfied as he and his team-mates smashed nine goals past Southampton in the Premier League at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watched his side capitalise on the early dismissal of Alex Jankewitz by scoring on seven separate occasions, before adding another two after Jan Bednarek had joined him late on.
Scotland international McTominay was one of seven United players to get on the scoresheet, but it was his reaction to the final goal that has caught the eye of supporters.
Daniel James was on hand to grab the ninth goal from the bench in the dying seconds, but it appears as though McTominay was keen for his side to reach double figures.
Following the Welshman’s late goal, McTominay was seen pointing towards the ball in a suggestion that they should go again in search for number 10.
On fan wrote on Twitter: “McTominay wanted James to pick the ball from net and restart play rather than celebrate just so we could score one more goal… Dat boy.”
Another added: “Holy s***, McTominay was pointing to get the ball after the 9th goal in the 93rd minute.”
With a third adding: “He got no chill. That’s should be the spirit.”
“We moved the ball really well, quickly,” Solskjaer said after the game.
“We used the width, we had movements in behind, we had strikers who wanted to get on the end of it scoring goals – even had full-backs wanting to be on the end of it.
“It was one of those performances you once in a while get and you enjoy. I am sure everyone enjoyed being out there in a Man United shirt.
“We’ve been waiting for them to show their magic and tonight was the night that they could go and enjoy. We haven’t had too many of them where you can sit down in the second half and enjoy the football.
“They enjoyed it and [there were] some good performances.
“You can’t pick out any one performance [that was best]. But the reaction from everyone when they scored, though it was offside, still that woke everyone up again and we finished the game very strongly.”
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