The secret behind his transformation from release target to Manchester United’s top scorer.
“My mom and dad always told me to go into the box and score a goal.”
‘Middle Liker’ Scott McTominay ( Manchester United) revealed the secret to his scoring goals. 메이저 토토사이트
Manchester United defeated Chelsea 2-1 in the 15th round of the 2023-2024 Premier League (PL) held at Old Trafford in Manchester, England on the 7th (Korean time).
Manchester United, who added 3 points, ranked 6th with 9 wins, 6 losses, and 27 points. They are tied on points with Tottenham Hotspur in 5th place. Chelsea remained in 10th place with 5 wins, 4 draws, and 6 losses, and 19 points.
McTominay made a difference. He scored the first goal with an accurate left-footed volley in the 19th minute of the first half, and in the 24th minute of the second half, when the score was tied at 1-1, he headed Alejandro Garnacho’s cross to make it 2-1. Both goals scored by Manchester United on this day came from McTominay.
He almost scored a hat trick. McTominay ran into the box throughout the game to score. In the 32nd minute of the first half, he fired decisive shots, once with his head and once with his right foot, but both were blocked by the goalkeeper. He had a one-on-one chance with the goalkeeper in the 27th minute of the second half, but missed the opportunity for a hat trick with a futile left foot kick.
Nevertheless, McTominay scored multiple goals and gave Manchester United three points. He was also named the team’s top scorer. He scored 5 goals in the league alone, beating second place Bruno (3 goals) by two goals and becoming Manchester United’s best goalscorer.
McTominay’s scoring streak is like a drop in the drought amidst the sluggish performance of strikers such as Marcus Rashford (2 goals), Anthony Martial (1 goal), and Rasmus Høirun (0 goals). This is a spectacular transformation from McTominay, who was considered a scoundrel until not long ago. He was embroiled in rumors of his release last summer, but has now become an indispensable player for Manchester United.
McTominay showed off his attacking instincts, scoring six goals in all competitions this season. He has recently been playing a role as a problem solver for the Scotland national team. The secret was in the advice of his family.
“I want to keep improving my scoring ability,” McTominay told MUTV. “People tell me I can do more and score goals. They also tell me I have to believe in myself.”
He continued, “My mom and dad always tell me to get in the box and score goals. My grandfather also said, ‘Sometimes you just have to believe in yourself,'” and added, “I’m happy if the team is doing well and I’m contributing to it.” did.
However, he did not hide his disappointment in failing to score a hat trick. McTominay joked: “I’m pissed! I can’t believe it, but if you play football! Maybe one day you can score a hat-trick. Maybe.”