Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes lift Carabao Cup trophy TOGETHER after fans all said the same thing

    HARRY MAGUIRE lifted the Carabao Cup along with Bruno Fernandes after beating Newcastle.

    The Manchester United captain was brought on in the final stages as the Red Devils closed out a 2-0 win.

    Harry Maguire lifted the Carabao Cup with Bruno Fernandes


    Harry Maguire lifted the Carabao Cup with Bruno FernandesCredit: Reuters
    Maguire said it was his dream to lift a trophy for United


    Maguire said it was his dream to lift a trophy for UnitedCredit: AFP

    And although Maguire has struggled for game time this season, he became the first United skipper to get his hands on silverware since Wayne Rooney lifted the Europa League trophy in 2017.

    Some supporters loved the fact he came on for the final few minutes before lifting the trophy.

    One said: “Glad Harry Maguire is in the middle holding the trophy for (checks notes) two minutes he played today.”

    Another added: “I have to respect how Ten Hag put on Maguire for eight minutes just so he could lift the trophy as the captain. Class act.”

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    And a third said: “Kinda happy seeing Maguire lifting the trophy not going to lie.”

    Another commented: “Not gonna lie, seeing how happy Maguire is with that trophy is making me feel all fuzzy inside.

    “You can tell he’s delighted 😂”

    Maguire spoke about the prospect of winning his first trophy ahead of kick-off, describing it as a dream.

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    He said: “It’s a huge honour for a captain of this football club. A real privilege.

    “Ever since I’ve been made captain it’s been a dream to lift my first trophy for this football club.”


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