Man United midfielder Scott McTominey picked Leo Messi as his Best player in the world, before telling the public a short story on how he asked for Leo Messi's shirt when Man utd hosted Barcelona in the Champions League last 8 in 2019 at Old Trafford.
🗣️ 'No, no, no, no - tell him it wasn't me. So make sure I get that shirt because that's going in my bedroom!'
Scott McTominay recounted the amazing story of when he had to use Sergio Romero to help get his shirt because Messi thought he elbowed him! 😂
Scott McTominay (Man United): "Who is the best player in the world? Messi, 100%. Yeah, Messi, Messi. I got his shirt, you know?"
"When we played against him in 2019, Chris Smalling elbowed him and he had blood coming from his nose. He thought it was me. I asked Sergio Romero to get Messi's shirt. He came back and said 'he thinks you were the one that elbowed him'. I said it wasn't me."
Scott McTominay talking about receiving Messi's shirt is so wholesome 🥺. It's amazing just how much joy he's brought to people, even a centeral defensive midfielder idolizes him.
Man Utd ended up losing the tie 4-0 on aggregate (1-0 at Old Trafford, 3-0 at the camp nou). It was the first time the red devils made the UCL last 8 since 2014.
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