Manchester United Headed to the international stop after claiming five Winning the last six matches in all competitions, coach Erich Ten Hag has managed to stabilize the ship after defeat in Brentford A few weeks ago.
A key factor in this latest transformation has been Scott McTominay’s form, with the 25-year-old – who was On the seat Against the Bees – he was an instrumental presence at the base midfield alongside the more creative Christian Eriksen.
The Scottish international proves somewhat that the skeptics were wrong in being a a lot of abuse Personality among supporters in recent years, partnering with fellow Fred often on social media.
The 6-foot-4 brute has also been on the receiving end of scathing criticism from the media and pundits departments in his United career thus far, as the academy graduate has been dubbed “Not good enough” By club legend Roy Keane after the opening weekend defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion.
Looks like his usual team role will finally come to an end after £70m Serial winner Casemiro arrested from Real Madridwith Premier League clubs that have It said She was waiting to pounce, thinking that he could be in the market after the arrival of the Brazilian.
However, as it has proven, McTominay has so far managed to keep his place in the side ahead of the summer signing in recent weeks, as Ten Hag has not been able to let go of the massive asset that has been so important lately.
Works as a screen in front of the back four, the £60,000 a week The giant has shown its defensive strength in the past month or so, after being notable like On a big occasion in victories over both Liverpool And the Arsenal.
Did you like McTominay this season?
No, not convinced
Shows like this have shown why he is called “Body monster” by former coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the past, having also been hailed as one of the ‘world’s best midfielders’. Atletico Madrid president Diego Simeone Back in February.
That glowing evaluation – and well Huge interest In signing him over the summer – it may well represent that McTominay has at times been an unfair scapegoat at Old Trafford over the years, with fans and critics alike unaware of his value to the side that stands numerically in a formidable position £70m.
This addition of the last man gave the Lancaster-born Giant a real battle to maintain his position as a defensive-minded presence on Tin Hag’s side, despite recent evidence that he is rising to the challenge.
With all the praise for the new additions to the Red Devils, the guy who walked out of the academy – and it cost them nothing – seems to be the one who really shines in the present.