Sport Cavani VAR decision was a 'total injustice', fumes McTominay
Robbie Savage's son Charlie signs first pro contract with Man United
The 17-year-old midfielder will be hoping to fare better than his father at Old Trafford by breaking into the first team as he vowed to keep working hard to impress manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Robbie Savage failed to make a senior appearance for the Red Devils after joining the club in 1991 - instead moving on to Leicester City, Birmingham and Blackburn while fellow academy graduates like David Beckham, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes went on to flourish as the famed 'Class of 92'.
Scott McTominay said it was "a total injustice" that Edinson Cavani had a first-half strike disallowed in Manchester United's dramatic 3-1 win over Tottenham.
Uruguay international Cavani thought he had put the Red Devils ahead in the 33rd minute, but the strike was ruled out for McTominay flicking out a hand at Son Heung-min.
The decision was reached after referee Chris Kavanagh was encouraged to review the build-up on the pitchside monitor by VAR.
United's dismay was exacerbated shortly after when Son put Tottenham ahead after some poor defending by Victor Lindelof.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side bounced back in the second half, though, courtesy of goals from Fred, Cavani and Mason Greenwood, to extend their unbeaten away run in the Premier League to 23 games – a run only bettered by Arsenal between April 2003 and September 2004 (27 games).
McTominay claimed the referee "obviously made a mistake", but he acknowledged players will have to get used to that with VAR now an integral part of the game.
"I'm sure there'll be a lot of talk about that," McTominay told Sky Sports.
"The referees have to make decisions, that's part and parcel of the game. I'm personally not a fan of VAR but it's part of the game we're playing now.
"For us it was a case of keeping calm. It was obviously a goal, the referee has obviously made a mistake, but it happens, everyone makes mistakes in life, that's part and parcel of it. Nothing bad to say.
Roy Keane rips into 'DREADFUL' Fred and says he expected him to miss
Roy Keane gave a scathing assessment of Fred's performance against Tottenham. He said Fred was 'dreadful' and that he failed to see why people were praising him after their 3-1 victory. Keane credited United with 'good link-up play' but said that Fred's goal was the only satisfactory part of his performance and that he actually thought he was going to miss it.
"For us, it was a total injustice, but you've got to get on with the game, can't let that dampen the way we were playing towards the end of the first half."
The win means United have gained 28 points from losing positions in the Premier League this season.
In the competition's history, only Newcastle United in 2001-02 (34) and United themselves in 2012-13 (29) have earned more points from such positions.
While McTominay was pleased with the Red Devils' ability to bounce back, he knows they need to start games on the front foot more regularly.
"We have to start getting better in the first 30 minutes," he said.
"For us, our standards were not good enough and after that we played much much better, had more control and dominated the whole second half. A brilliant win and nothing but positives in the second half."
Paul Pogba re-opens his bitter feud with old Man United boss Mourinho .
Pogba was stripped of the United vice-captaincy by Mourinho in September 2018 in front of his team-mates and the pair had a training ground bust-up shortly afterwards that was picked up by TV cameras. Mourinho was sacked three months later and replaced by Solskjaer, who is aiming to win his first silverware as United boss in the UEFA Europa League.Speaking to Sky Sports, Pogba was scathing in his view of Mourinho, saying: 'What I have now with Ole is different, he wouldn't go against the players. He wouldn't go against the players.