Lionel Messi Will Be Proud Of What Lingard Did Against Watford

Manchester United's Jesse Lingard celebrates scoring their fourth goal.

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Manchester United showcased a notable performance as they went up against Marco Silva’s men.

It was a quite sensational fixture on its own, however, upon the marking of the 84th minute, Watford were only one down, pressurizing their opponents to a great extent, which evidently got their supporters to the edge of their seats.

As the Red Devils endured a nervy last few minutes, Jesse Lingard stepped up and scored a beautiful goal, sealing the 4-2 victory.

The Englishman picked up the ball just inside his own half and went on a splendid solo run, beating all the defenders before finishing sweetly with the utmost composure.

Furthermore, regardless of being a distinguished goal, he played it down when he spoke about it to BT Sport, posterior to the final whistle.

“We had to calm down after that (the penalty) and regain composure,” he proclaimed. “With the fourth goal, it kind of settled everyone down. I saw space in front of me and saw there wasn’t a lot on and I’m glad it went in.”

The 24-year-old is not always the favourite man of the United supporters, but it certainly looked as though he was on that day. The reactions on Twitter further supports that fact:


With a couple more years left on his contract, Jose Mourinho will be looking forward to more such contributions from the English international. Hopefully, the midfielder can please the gaffer, and just as importantly, the fans too.

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