Brighton vs Manchester United: Pogba scores as Red Devils record 3-0 win in EFL Cup

Brighton vs Manchester United: Pogba scores as Red Devils record 3-0 win in EFL Cup

- Brighton vs Manchester United Carabao Cup match ended 3-0 in favor of the Red Devils

- Scott McTominay, Juan Mata and Paul Pogba scored the three goals for Manchester United

- Solskjaer and his men are now in the quarterfinal of the EFL Cup for this season

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Manchester United have qualified for the quarterfinal of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night, September 30, beating Brighton 3-0 in a tough encounter.

The Red Devils went into this game well prepared after winning their last Premier League tie and they knew that beating Brighton will send them to the last eight.

Solskjaer and his men had to wait until the 44th minute before scoring their first goal through Scott McTominay who was assisted by Juan Mata.

First half of the encounter ended with Manchester United leading 1-0 thanks to the goal scored by Scott McTominay.

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Brighton came out with another pattern in the second half, but they were unable to break the defense of Manchester United.

Juan Mata eventually scored the second goal for Manchester United in the 73rd minute after receiving an assist from Donny van de Beek.

France international Paul Pogba scored the third goal for Manchester United in the 80th minute for the Red Devils to record 3-0 win.

Brighton vs Manchester United: Pogba scores as Red Devils record 3-0 win in EFL Cup

Brighton vs Manchester United: Pogba scores as Red Devils record 3-0 win in EFL Cup Photo: Getty
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Spanish goalkeeper, David De Gea who is currently with Manchester United has emerged as the highest-paid footballer at the Premier League side with £375k a week salary.

Manchester United are among the richest and successful clubs in the world considering the achievement of the Red Devils since the side was created.

Last season, Manchester United failed to win any title in all competitions, but they did themselves lots of good by finishing among the top four.

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With Ole Solskjaer and his wards given the target of bringing titles to Old Trafford, Daily Star however compiled the list of the highest earners at Old Trafford.

Nigerian striker, Odion Ighalo is occupying 8th position on the list of highest-paid players at Manchester United as he is collecting £125k a week.

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