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Kyle Walker sends Gareth Southgate a message about Kobbie Mainoo following FA Cup winner



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Kyle Walker has sent Gareth Southgate a message about Kobbie Mainoo following Manchester United’s FA Cup final win.

Manchester United delivered their most impressive performance of the season, defeating Manchester City in the FA Cup final under the astute management of Erik ten Hag.

The match began with United seizing the initiative. Alejandro Garnacho struck first, netting a precise shot that gave United an early lead. The team maintained their momentum, and just before halftime, Kobbie Mainoo, who earned the Player of the Match honour, added a second goal with a superb finish.

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Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, the Premier League champions, found themselves on the back foot, struggling to counter United’s tactical prowess and disciplined play. Despite a spirited attempt and a goal from Jeremy Doku, City couldn’t break down United’s solid defence.

Throughout the game, United’s tactical discipline and cohesive teamwork shone through. Ten Hag’s meticulous planning and strategic insight were evident as his players flawlessly executed their roles. Ultimately, Manchester United proved to be the superior team, fully deserving of their hard-earned victory and the FA Cup title in this unforgettable match.

Speaking after the game, Kyle Walker had nothing but praise for Mainoo and his brilliant display.

“Listen, what a talent!” Walker said when asked about Mainoo’s performance at Wembley Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Speaking further, Walker explained that Gareth Southgate should be taking Mainoo to the European Championships this summer with England. Mainoo has been selected in the preliminary squad, but the final team is yet to be announced.

“Hopefully, he can take his form from that he’s shown this season, breaking into the team, into the Euros this summer,” Walker explained.