Loads of Man Utd fans react as Scott McTominay wins player of month award

Scott McTominay has been awarded Manchester United’s player of the month award for September.

It’s been another poor month for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, but it’s hard to argue the fact that the Scottish midfielder has been the standout player for the Reds.

McTominay beat young forwards Mason Greenwood and Daniel James to win the award, after James won player of the month for January.

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The highlight of the 22-year-old’s month was the powerful strike that gave United the lead against Arsenal. It was such a shame that the Reds yet again failed to capitalise on thee narrow lead and taker all three points, but McTominay was the driving force in midfield and looked the player most likely to cause Arsenal problems, despite operating in a holding role.

Daniel James has had another encouraging month in a United shirt, but his nomination for the September award after not scoring shows just how poor it’s been under Solskjaer.

United have scored just 7 goals in their last 8 games; the lack of creativity in Solskjaer’s side is glaringly obvious and has to be addressed in January

McTominay may be rested for tonight’s clash away to AZ Alkmaar, with the Reds facing Newcastle at St James Park on Sunday.

See some fan reaction to the Scottish international winning the award:


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