Young midfielder Jesse Lingard spoke exclusively to MUTV's Stewart Gardner on Saturday, immediately after the tour match in which he scored two goals for Manchester United against Foxtel A-League All Stars...
What a night for you Jesse?
Yes, it's been great, getting on the scoresheet and scoring two. Playing in front of all these fans, the fans are great, and the team played very well.
What do you remember of those two goals?
For the first one I remember Welbz [Danny Welbeck] let it go through his legs and I was one-on-one with the keeper. For the second one, Pat made an overlap and took the defender away with him. I cut inside and shot, and it went in. This is my second tour and I wanted to get on the scoresheet and I've done that tonight.
What's it like to tour, train and now play with the first-team squad?
Yes, it's good. You want to be with them regularly. You want to get used to how they train and how they prepare for games. The lads have been great, the banter's flying about and they've welcomed the young lads into the squad very well.
Scoring two goals is a good way to impress the new manager...
I feel I've been doing well in training for the last few days and it was good to get a start tonight. I'm happy to be on the scoresheet.
Are you pleased that Danny Welbeck also scored twice tonight?
Yes. He's been scoring in training, and scoring those two goals in the match tonight will get his confidence up.