Man Utd Beat Newcastle to Win Carabao Cup

Manchester United secured victory over Newcastle to end their trophy drought and claim the Carabao Cup. Casemiro scored in the opening half and Sven Botman added an own goal for a commanding 2-0 lead at Wembley.

United and their reinvigorated manager Erik ten Hag are celebrating a major victory with this trophy. It could be the catalyst that helps them return to prominence once more.

Casemiro opener

Man Utd have finally ended their six-year trophy drought by defeating Newcastle to win the Carabao Cup. It marks their first silverware since winning the Europa League under Jose Mourinho in 2017 and could mark a historic quadruple, with United still competing for glory in both FA Cup and Europa League competitions as well as having an outside shot at winning Premier League this season.

Casemiro opened the scoring after 33 minutes with Luke Shaw’s beautiful free-kick that Casemiro met with a glancing header that drifted past stand-in Newcastle goalkeeper Loris Karius and into the far post. Rashford doubled United’s advantage before halftime when his shot deflected off Sven Botman before beating Karius’ outstretched arm.

Erik ten Hag’s team were the better team for much of this Carabao Cup final and took advantage of Newcastle’s inability to score in the opening half. Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez and Casemiro excelled in central areas while Allan Saint-Maximin was mostly untroubled throughout.

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Rashford double

Marcus Rashford was in stunning form for Manchester United as they defeated Newcastle to claim the Carabao Cup. The England forward scored twice in the finale to bring his side within five points of Arsenal and keep them on course for their first Premier League title since 2017.

Casemiro opened the scoring with a towering header from Luke Shaw’s free-kick. Rashford then followed, deflecting Sven Botman’s shot past Loris Karius and into the net to give United a commanding 2-0 lead after 33 minutes.

Rashford has been in incredible form this season, scoring 24 goals – his highest total ever. No player in Europe’s top-five leagues has scored more goals than him this year!

Shaw’s free-kick

Manchester United finally ended their trophy drought under Erik ten Hag by defeating Newcastle 2-0 to win the Carabao Cup at Wembley. Casemiro opened the scoring with a powerful header from Luke Shaw’s free-kick, and Sven Botman added an own goal for an even score.

United have made an incredible comeback after losing several trophies under Jose Mourinho. Now under ten Hag, United can potentially achieve a remarkable quadruple; still in the FA Cup and Europa League with outside chances to win the Premier League, they have real opportunities to bring home some hardware this term.

At Wembley Stadium, a packed crowd erupted for the opening moments as Manchester United struck first with Casemiro heading Luke Shaw’s free-kick home. Five minutes later, Marcus Rashford added another goal with a deflected shot off Sven Botman that went past Loris Karius to give United an impressive 2-0 advantage.

Rashford’s own goal

Manchester United have finally ended their six-year wait for silverware by beating Newcastle to win the Carabao Cup. This is their first trophy under Erik ten Hag, who has taken them from perennial underachievers to winners of three major trophies in just over 10 months.

Ten Hag’s appointment marked a promising new chapter for Manchester United, who have had little success under Jose Mourinho. Under Ten Hag’s leadership, United have begun making strides that could pave the way for sustained success at Old Trafford.

United deservedly took the lead when Casemiro met Luke Shaw’s free-kick and headed past Loris Karius. Five minutes later, Marcus Rashford fired in a shot that deflected off Sven Botman’s leg into the net; it was awarded as an own goal by the Netherlands defender amid joyful scenes on both sides.

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