- Scott McTominay was desperate for Manchester United to score the 10th goal against Southampton
- The Red Devils produced an impressive performance in the Premier League encounter
- McTominay and his teammates at Manchester United are still occupying second on the table
Scott McTominay has been spotted shouting at his teammate Daniel James to pick the ball quickly after scoring 9th goal against Southampton.
Manchester United were so superb on Tuesday night, February 2, beating Southampton in a tie that saw Anthony Martial netting a brace for the Old Trafford landlords.
After Daniel James scored the ninth goal for Liverpool at the death, he was celebrating and Scott McTominay urged him immediately to pick the ball for them to get the 10th.
He could be seen pointing to the ball as his teammates wheeled away in celebration.
McTominay himself netted United's sixth with a low drive from just outside the box and it was his third Premier League goal of the season.
Ole Solskjaer's wards started the match brilliantly and they got the first goal through Aaron Wan-Bissaka before Rashford netted the second for the Red Devils seven minutes later.
Jan Bednarek netted an own in the 34th minute and it was Cavani who scored the fourth goal for Manchester United in the 39th minute.
Anthony Martial netted in the 69th and 90th minute and Bruno Fernandes and James also got a goal each against Southampton who suffered heavy defeat.
As things stand now, Manchester United are currently occupying second position on the Premier League table with 44 points after 22 games played so far.
Solskjaer and his men will be facing Everton in their next Premier League game on Saturday, February 6.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United continued with their impressive performance this season in the Premier League as they recorded an emphatic 9-0 win over visiting Southampton at Old Trafford.
Ole Solskjaer and his wards were at the best of their game against Southampton as the likes of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Edinson Cavani impressed in the Premier League tie.
With the win over Southampton at Old Trafford, Manchester United have now equalled the record they set in 1995 when they also defeated Ipswich Town 9-0 in an incredible result.
Interestingly, Southampton also got the second-highest defeat ever in the Premier League as they lost 9-0 against Leicester two years ago.
No team in the Premier League history has won 10-0, and Ole Solskjaer and his players have now repeated what the club did in 1995 which was a stunning record.