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Man United's McTominay says 'something will be done' after Spurs loss

Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay insists ‘something will be done’ after humiliating 6-1 defeat by Tottenham as he admits the whole squad is ‘very hurt’

  • Scott McTominay has spoken out following Manchester United’s humiliating loss 
  • The midfielder was introduced with Red Devils already trailing 4-1 at half-time
  • He has stated that the whole squad is ‘very hurt’ after losing 6-1 to Tottenham

Scott McTominay has spoken out following Manchester United’s humiliation at the hands of Tottenham, stating that the whole squad is ‘very hurt’. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were thrashed 6-1 by Spurs at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon in what was a thrilling day of action in the Premier League.

McTominay, who replaced Nemanja Matic with the Red Devils already 4-1 down at half-time, has insisted ‘something will be done’ following the heavy defeat. 

Scott McTominay has spoken out following Manchester United’s humiliating defeat on Sunday

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were thrashed 6-1 by Spurs at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon

‘You get these shock results that come around, hopefully never again in your career,’ he told MUTV

‘Everybody in that dressing room I can assure you is very, very hurt and we know it’s not about speaking to people and listening to what other people say. It’s about focusing on ourselves.

‘This football club is absolutely massive and for us to play and perform like that is nowhere near good enough. Believe me, something will be done about that when we get back.

Tottenham stars Son Heung-min (R) and Harry Kane celebrate in what was a sensational win

‘Everyone will be firmly focused on what we have to do going into the remaining part of the first stage of the season.’

Although it is early days United have picked up just three points from three games and sit in 16th place.

Solskjaer admitted afterwards it was his ‘worst day ever’ and the pressure is mounting on the manager and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward following poor performances and a lack of transfer activity this summer.




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