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Bruno Not Included – Scott McTominay names the 3 ‘world-class’ Man United players in win over Chelsea

In the aftermath of Manchester United’s impactful 2-1 victory against Chelsea, Scott McTominay expressed his belief that three players from the Red Devils showcased ‘world-class’ performances during the crucial match at Old Trafford.

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Securing the win with two decisive goals, McTominay played a pivotal role, preventing Chelsea from salvaging a point after Cole Palmer’s equalizer in the first half.

Despite missing out on a potential hat-trick due to some clinical finishing, the Scottish midfielder credited the entire team for their outstanding display.

In an interview with Amazon Prime after the game, McTominay highlighted the exemplary performances of Antony, Harry Maguire, and Bruno Fernandes, describing them as ‘absolutely world-class’ on the significant night for Manchester United.

Reflecting on his own goal-scoring achievements, McTominay emphasized the collective brilliance of the team, acknowledging the stellar contributions of several players.

The comprehensive effort of all 11 players on the field for Erik ten Hag’s side contributed to a crucial victory that is expected to provide a substantial boost to the team’s morale.

McTominay’s recognition of his teammates underscores the cohesive and determined performance of Manchester United, dispelling the shadows cast by the previous disappointing defeat to Newcastle United.

Bruno Fernandes, in particular, stood out with a captain’s performance, reinforcing the unity and commitment of the players under Ten Hag.

The upcoming weeks pose significant challenges for the Red Devils as they prepare to face formidable opponents such as Bayern Munich, Liverpool, and an in-form Aston Villa, who recently surpassed Manchester City in the standings with a 1-0 victory over Pep Guardiola’s side.

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