English Premier League club Man United were able to deliver a 4-1 win against Newcastle and that has got everyone talking.

More to the goals is the fact that the Red Devils were impressive in their performance as most of the players turned up for the game.

This is no doubt a big relief to the pressure that was on the team following their poor start of the season with two defeats in three games.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that the reason why the team won is that his players kept their minds high and were determined to see out the game.

Man United were in a 1-1 draw with Newcastle for over an hour after Hary Maguire’s header cancelled the own goal by Luke Shaw but the game still ended in a 4-1 win as three late goals made the difference.

The Red Devils boss noted that the game was a test of character, noting that after the defeat against the North London outfit Tottenham, the team could not afford to go down again.

He stressed that the team was resilient and they were inspired by the captain, Marry Maguire who started the comeback.

The next challenge for Man United will be the Champions League and the club will hope to take up the challenge of winning within the week.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.