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Moyes thrilled with Lingard, with one exception

David Moyes was delighted with the performance of Jesse Lingard against Sheffield United!

The on-loan Man United star played a key role in the 3-0 win.

He won the penalty that Declan Rice scored, even if he did want to take it himself!

And he also repeatedly tested the opposition goalkeeper, as he thrived in the front three shorn of the injured Mikey Antonio.

Lingard has been integral to the way we’ve played in recent weeks since his signing and Moyes thought he enjoyed a top performance, with one exception.

Speaking at his post-match presser, as quoted by Football.London, he said: “Really pleased with how he played although he could have released the ball quicker at times and we could have got more.

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“He is a talented football player who gives us something different in the final third. He has done very well and hopefully, the more he plays the more he gets used to us.”

Moyes was also delighted with the overall performance, as the Irons briefly moved into the top four ahead of Chelsea’s game against Newcastle.

The Blades are, of course, rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table but Moyes was nonetheless pleased with the application and effort of his players.

He added: “Really pleased with the effort and the results. It was a big result for us. Players have done a great job and we can play better I really think there is another level we can go to before the end of the season. Very few teams score three against Sheffield United.”

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

One comment on “Moyes thrilled with Lingard, with one exception

  1. great team/squad performance. really well organised, took the chances and gave very little away. the composure of this team is streaks ahead of where they were not too long ago. and still room for improvement. onwards Irons!!! ⚒

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