McTominay reacts to eventful win over Spurs
Scott McTominay says the key to Manchester United's comeback victory against Spurs was staying calm despite a frustrating first half in which the Reds had an 'obvious goal' ruled out.
“The message was clear from the manager,”McTominay told Sky Sports after the game.
“It was to keep calm, there's no need to panic, we're only a goal down.
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“Yeah [we were seething], and we can't accept that,”he said.
“I'm sure there'll be a lot of talk about that but the referees have to make decisions and that's part and parcel of the game. I'm personally not a fan of VAR. It was obviously a goal, the referee's obviously made a mistake but that happens.
“[It was a] brilliant win and nothing but positives in the second half.”
“It's strange to see Fred in the box, I know!”joked Scott.
“It's good to see. He has that energy, he was terrific.
“That was spoken about a lot before the game,”McTominay revealed.
“It was something we had in our mind that we owe these a proper game and not to forget about that game that happened. Today was much better than last time.”