Everyone's making the same obvious joke after Manolo Gabbiadini's cup final goals

Everyone's making the same obvious joke after Manolo Gabbiadini's cup final goals

He told Sky Sports: 'It was unlucky because the first goal of Gabbiadini was a good goal, he scored three good goals this afternoon.

The Red Devils lifted the first silverware of the season after defeating the Saints in a thrilling final which took a late victor from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to end Southampton's brilliant comeback.

"I still can't understand how he can give Gabbiadini offside when the ball was played by Cedric, he couldn't even see Gabbiadini because the defender was in the way".

Matt Le Tissier believes that Southampton's goal would not have been wrongfully ruled offside if Manchester United had scored it in the EFL Cup final.

He said: "They were clinical but we played very well and created many chances".

"We kept the good attitude and spirit to stay in the game after going 2-0 down". No Premier League defence has covered itself in glory this season and the Dutchman's speed and technical qualities have put him in vogue; in addition to the four-man setup he's excelled in at Southampton, VvD seems ideal for the Antonio Conte inspired back-three systems taking the top flight by storm.

Considering Pavoletti, since his arrival, has only made four appearances for Napoli (three from the bench) from a possible eight and is yet to score a goal, you can see why they would think that.

United's victory now guarantees the sixth place team in the Premier League a Europa League place should Jose Mourinho's side finish in the top five.

One of the most eye-catching aspects of the match was just how much better Southampton were in the full-back positions.

Gary Neville admits Southampton forward Manolo Gabbiadini reminds him of former Italy striker Filippo Inzaghi.

There's been a running theme among Southampton players in recent transfer windows.

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