Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay insists the players are not giving up after conceding a third goal in the defeat to Manchester City.
At the Etihad Stadium, Kevin De Bruyne gave the hosts the lead early in the ufabet game but Jadon Sancho equalized for the visitors, but De Bruyne gave the hosts a 2-1 lead. 1 before the end of the first half with this score Halfway through the second half, Riyad Mahrez fired for City 3-1 before adding his own second in the last minute to give the hosts a 4-1 win.
Both Gary Neville and Roy Keane criticized the youngsters for playing off after the team conceded a third goal, which McTominay countered.
“From my point of view, on the pitch it’s hard to see what’s going on around you. But if that’s what people are talking about, so be it,” McTominay said.
“They have the right to express their own opinions but for themselves. It is very disappointing if people think that way.”
“I had to go back and look at it and look at body language and stuff like that. But for me it hurts. If you act like that all the time in the second half. You will be punished like this. It’s as simple as that.”