Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has spoken after his current side rose to the occasion and beat his former side Leicester City 2-0 in a game which decided both side’s European fate next season. The Englishman highlighted how United’s improved set-piece defensive presence has helped his side rise from ninth to third place in the Premier League table.
United are now 14 domestic games unbeaten after putting together an impressive run which has seen the Reds rise from the middle of the table to finish the league’s final table inside of the top-four.
Speaking after today’s crucial game against Brendan Rodger’s Leicester City, Maguire has hailed his side’s new-found set-piece defensive stability which he believes has seen a massive improvement.
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🗣 “Finishing third is a minimum requirement”
Harry Maguire on finishing 3rd in the Premier League pic.twitter.com/Vpt4JaRs7T
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) July 26, 2020
Well done lads!