- Scott Mctominay has been the topic of discussion following his recent performances for Man United
- The Scotsman has scored seven goals in all competitions this season including the extra-time winner against West Ham
- The 24-year-old is believed by United faithful that he is a better midfielder than Steven Gerrard
Scott McTominay's recent form has been tagged by ManUnited fans that he is a better midfielder than Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.
The 24-year-old scored United's winner in extra time during their 4th Round FA Cup tie against West Ham at Old Trafford.
The Scotland international has now scored seven goals for the Red Devils this season and six out of them have been at the Theatre of Dreams.
McTominay who has made himself an important member of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad has also scored thrice in his last three games in all competitions.
And United fans are now echoing that he is better than the legendary Gerrard several trophies at Anfield except the Premier League.
One fan said:
"Scott McTominay is what Scousers think Steven Gerrard was."
A second added:
"Scott McTominay is better than Steven Gerrard ever was and will finish his career with far more medals.
"Don’t even bother trying to convince me otherwise."
The third fan added sentiments to his suggestion:
"Scott Mctominay is clear of Gerrard, Lampard and Zidane
"If you don't agree, you are biased."
A fourth said:
"Is it even an exaggeration to say that Scott McTominay is better than any version of Steven Gerrard ever?"
The fifth fan added:
"I told Y'all Scott McTominay is waay underrated!!
"He might become a better version of Gerrard to be honest."
A sixth added:
"I think it’s time we all start agreeing Scott McTominay is a better player than Steven Gerrard ever was."
While the seventh said:
"Might be early days, but Scott McTominay is 100% better than Gerrard & Lampard."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Donny van De Beek was substituted in the 73rd minute in Man United's 1-0 win over West Ham in a 5th Round FA Cup clash at Old Trafford, Mirror.
The Dutch attacker has not been getting opportunities to feature in Ole Gunnar Gunnar Solskjaer's first XI.
But Van de Beek started the game against the Hammers and failed to make an impression after which he was taken off for Bruno Fernandes.