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Harry Maguire said that he could have fouled Adama Traore to stop Fulham from scoring the winning goal against Manchester United after thinking about it.

It was 1-1 when Maguire scored in the 89th minute to tie the game. They then played nine minutes of extra time, where they rushed forward to try to find a winner.

A lot of people at Old Trafford wanted United to win in a memorable way. But Traore broke through and set up Alex Iwobi at the other end, stopping their attempts to score. Maguire could have fouled Traore, and a sneaky challenge would have likely stopped them from losing.

Maguire got a yellow card before he touched Traore. If he did it again, he would have been sent off, but the game would have been tied.

MUTV asked him about the game afterward: “We lost Casemiro at the start of the second half, which set us back as well.” For the first 15 or 20 minutes, we couldn’t get going, which gave them a big lead.

“It was simple to give up the goal again.” We knew right away that they were good at set pieces. We worked hard to get back into the game because it was our right to do so.

“I thought we had a chance to win, but I think we left too many bodies in the middle of the pitch at the end.”

“They attacked us very badly in response.” Every once in a while, we all think we should have been more careful or checked our trust too much. There’s no doubt that we’ll try to improve things next time.

“They brought on a new player named Traore. We know he’s good at that, so it’s lucky that the ball fell to him.” Now that I think about it, I should have just beat him up. But you’ll miss next week because you’ll be banned.

“It’s simple to say now that losing the game was upset.” The guys played hard, and when we fell behind 1-0, they did a great job.

Erik ten Hag was nice when asked what he thought about the go-ahead goal. He said, “They had a throw-in and we didn’t take the right positions.” “In fact, one player didn’t move in the right place, but we should coach him and put him there so they can’t get out of the corner.”


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