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Scott McTominay Goal Helps Manchester United To Stoppage-Time Victory Against Brentford


Manchester United added another crazy chapter to their wild 2023–24 season when they defeated Brentford 2-1 at Old Trafford by scoring twice in stoppage time on Saturday.

Erik ten Hag’s team put up yet another lifeless, uninspiring effort for more than 90 minutes as they faced a third straight home loss and their poorest league season start in almost 40 years. Enter Scott McTominay, the day’s hero, who had just come off the bench.

Once again, the Red Devils were the architects of their own fate in the first half. Casemiro’s careless error put the improvised defense under undue strain in the 26th minute, which led to Brentford’s opening goal. When Bryan Mbeumo attempted to casually play Sofyan Amrabat inside the center circle, the Brazilian jumped the Brazilian’s passing route. Three seconds later, a 5v5 body deluge was moving in the opposite direction.

The first cross from Yoane Wissa was blocked by Victor Lindelof, but Casemiro was unable to win the second ball against Wissa. It rolled to Mathias Jensen safely and he was able to get by two defenders as well as Andre Onana.

When Kristoffer Ajer accidentally put the ball in his own goal in the 89th minute, Manchester United initially thought they had equalized. However, Anthony Martial was penalized for touching the ball first and being offside when the cross was delivered by the assistant referee.

After three minutes, as the ball bounced about Brentford’s penalty box after failed clearance after failed clearance, McTominay did in fact bring the home team even with a deft finish. From a distance of 12 yards, McTominay brought the ball down from chest height, swiveled, and unleashed a right-footed strike.

From that point on, all the men in red could do was apply pressure, and once again, McTominay was in the ideal location at the ideal time. Harry Maguire headed down Andre Onana’s free kick in the attacking half of the field, and Andre Onana eventually flicked it over a flailing Thomas Strakosha in goal. There was chaos and insanity at Old Trafford.

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