Dean Henderson fired a message to Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer throughout their 3-Zero victory over Brighton on Wednesday evening.
The Purple Devils booked their place within the Carabao Cup quarter-finals with their second victory over the Seagulls in 4 days, but it surely might’ve been very totally different if not for Henderson.
He pulled off a surprise save to disclaim Leandro Trossard (will he ever rating towards Man United?) whereas the guests had been only one purpose in entrance.
Scott McTominay had opened the scoring from a luxurious Juan Mata free-kick and the Spaniard doubled United’s lead with a properly labored purpose that includes a cultured flick from Donny van de Beek.
Paul Pogba made an impression from the bench and appeared to attain a surprising free-kick to make it three, though it could go down as an own-goal because of a sizeable deflection.
Elsewhere, Man City new boy Ferran Torres starred within the 3-Zero victory at Burnley as Pep Guardiola’s males additionally cruised into the final eight.
Raheem Sterling scored the opening two targets, certainly one of which was created by Torres, earlier than the £37m signing grabbed his first purpose for City to cap off a dream show.
However no person, maybe in Europe, is in higher type than Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who scored ANOTHER hat-trick as Everton beat West Ham 4-1 at Goodison Park.
The 23-year-old made it eight targets for the season because the Toffees continued their excellent begin to the 2020/21 season.
Earlier, Newcastle averted a Carabao Cup humiliation as they wanted penalties to get previous League Two Newport – the Magpies solely attending to a shootout due to Jonjo Shelvey’s late wondergoal.
Final evening, Tottenham additionally received on penalties as they bought the higher of Chelsea, whereas the remaining ties within the last-16 occur on Thursday as Fulham tackle Brentford, Aston Villa entertain Stoke, whereas Liverpool and Arsenal face-off for the second time this week.
You’ll be able to hearken to full commentary of Liverpool vs Arsenal LIVE on talkSPORT, kick-off 7:45pm. The draw for the quarter-finals will occur on the conclusion of that tie.