Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard insists he has “great feelings” for West Ham, but has to move on with his current club. After being the one who broke the winning goal for the team to defeat West ham 2-1
At the London Stadium, the Hammers took the lead in the first half of the hour with a shot from Said Benrahma that deflected Rafael Varane slightly before five minutes later. The Red Devils will equalize from Cristiano Ronaldo.
The game seemed to have ended in the division of points, but Lingard, who came off the reserve, came on to shoot a beautiful ball for United to lead in the 89th minute and although the Hammers came to get a penalty in the final minute, but David de K Ah saved Mark Noble’s shot unbelievably.
“I received a wonderful welcome. I have a good time here. But I have to keep going with Manchester United and do my best with Manchester United,” Lingard said.
“Mistakes can happen in football. (His mistake against Young Boys in midweek) you have to overcome that.