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‘Don’t Do This To Me Man’ ‘Midfield Cover Is Needed. Like, Badly’ United Fans On Twitter Frustrated At Latest Injury Update

‘Don’t Do This To Me Man’ ‘Midfield Cover Is Needed. Like, Badly’ United Fans On Twitter Frustrated At Latest Injury Update

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that midfielder Scott McTominay suffered knee ligament damage during the 4-1 win against Newcastle yesterday:

“He’s done his ligament in the knee, probably. I don’t know how bad it is, so let’s see. The boy has got the biggest heart of the lot, he played until half-time and you stiffen up after. We might have to find out tomorrow to see how it is”.

The Scottish international picked up the problem during a challenge with Matty Longstaff in the second minute before being replaced by Paul Pogba at half time.


Fans on Twitter are frustrated by McTominay’s latest injury setback and are hoping he makes a speedy recovery:

McTominay is expected to have further examinations to determine how long he is out for. The 23-year-old left Old Trafford on crutches last night so it’s unlikely he’ll be playing any time soon.

United’s injury situation has, in general, been clearing up with only five players currently on the treatment table ahead of the game against Burnley at Turf Moor tomorrow night.

McTominay has, however, been a key player for Solskjaer this season and he will be missed if he is sidelined for a while.