Scott ‘McSauce’ the talk of social media after Man United opener vs Wolves

Scott ‘McSauce’ the talk of social media after Man United opener vs Wolves

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Manchester United fans have flooded to social media tonight to sing the praises of Scott ‘McSauce’ McTominay, after the Scot opened the scoring during his side’s clash with Wolves.

United travel to Wolves

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are currently locked in action with Wolves at Molineux.

The Red Devils headed into proceedings aware that a 3-point haul would see them, at least temporarily, leapfrog both Tottenham and Arsenal into 3rd in the Premier League table.

Ahead of kick-off, the English top-flight’s top-6 looked as follows:

United’s last outing, meanwhile, saw the Manchester giants put Watford to the sword by 2 goals to 1 on Saturday afternoon.

Herrera out, Fred in

An hour prior to proceedings getting underway at Molineux this evening, the starting line-ups of both sides were announced.

The XI of visitors United proved somewhat surprising, with Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera absent from the Red Devils’ squad altogether, Anthony Martial on the bench, and both Fred and Scott McTominay included in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s midfield:

‘Busquets ain’t ready for Scott McSauce’

And it was the aforementioned midfield duo who subsequently went on to give the visitors the lead inside the opening quarter of an hour.

After Fred laid the ball off to McTominay 25 yards out, the United youth product unleashed an unstoppable drive beyond the helpless Rui Patricio in the Wolves goal to open the game’s scoring.

And the Red Devils’ faithful have since responded to the 22-year-old’s first ever goal for the club in force, with McTominay’s nickname, ‘McSauce’, having gone viral across Twitter:

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April 2, 2019 at 12:35PM

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