Swansea vs Manchester United English Carabao Cup

Swansea vs Manchester United English Carabao Cup

Swansea vs Manchester United English Carabao Cup

United's stars will be hoping to bounce back from their 2-1 defeat by Huddersfield when they face Swansea in the last 16 of the Carabao Cup.

But he had no complaints after two goals from Jesse Lingard earned a 2-0 win at the Liberty Stadium to book a place in the fifth round of the Carabao Cup. Manchester United is playing the Premier League as very good and the Swansea is playing very boring. I'm really happy and it was quite comfortable.

"There were no injuries either, so it is a good day".

Lingard, who scored either side of half-time, said the players had been keen to bounce back after what happened at Huddersfield.

He told Sky Sports: "Again, like in the match against Huddersfield, where mistakes were part of a global attitude, today the kids' good performances had consequences, we were solid, compact and in control".

Oh my God, when a player says that, or a player feels that, I think they should all go to the press conference and explain why - because I can not explain that.

Their dour performance in a 0-0 draw against Liverpool at Anfield last weekend rightly sounded some warning bells for a United side that looked incapable of engaging second gear as they settled for a draw long before the end of a dour game against their old foes.

As well as Lingard, youngsters Scott McTominay and Axel Tuanzebe both impressed after being handed their first starts of the season against Swansea. It was hard to tell in this game whether the home side were simply toothless in offence or whether Mourinho's side were well drilled at the back, but another clean sheet was well deserved for the Manchester club and they now progress to the quarterfinals.

The England global picked up 60 per cent of the vote to finish ahead of fellow nominees Axel Tuanzebe (30 per cent) and Scott McTominay (10 per cent).

Mourinho is hopeful of having Phil Jones available after he was only deemed fit enough for the bench in south Wales after limping off against Huddersfield.

'When I lose matches, I like to lose because the opponent was better and had more quality.

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