Scott McTominay produced another impressive performance as Manchester United sealed a 3-1 victory over Premier League-leaders Arsenal on Sunday. The much-maligned Scottish midfielder has been superb for the Red Devils of late.
In fact, he’s been so good that he’s keeping £70 million signing and multiple Champions League winner Casemiro out of United’s starting line-up. McTominay was one of three players who received a yellow card against the Gunners at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Referee Paul Tierney had no choice but to book the Scotland international when his poor first touch threatened to allow Gabriel Jesus to burst away. McTominay knew he needed to stop Jesus and dragged the Brazilian to the ground with a WWE-style body-slam.
Watch it here:
— Out of Context Manchester United (@nocontextunited) September 4, 2022
"Gabriel Jesus THIS.. Gabriel Jesus THAT"
McTominay says not against Manchester United 😀😀😀pic.twitter.com/AKJy5Y5KU3
— UtdFaithfuls (@UtdFaithfuls) September 4, 2022
McTominay gave Gabriel Jesus a German suplex#ManUtd #Arsenal #ManArs pic.twitter.com/eCHOGAbTrS
— 📺⚡ (@activity_ontv) September 4, 2022
One of the most obvious yellow cards you’ll ever see.
No wonder his teammates have started calling him ‘McTerminator’.