Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson joined Manchester United’s dressing room celebrations after EFL Cup victory, MySportDab reports.
A quickfire double by Manchester United in the first half at Wembley was enough to end Manchester United’s six-year wait for a trophy.
Casemiro opened the scoring for the Red Devils after he nodded home Luke Shaw’s free kick.
Six minutes later, Marcus Rashford’s strike deflected off Sves Botman into the net and doubled the lead for the Red Devils.
The Red Devils survived a second half pressure by Newcastle to wrap up and end the six-year trophy drought.
After the victory, Manchester United players took to a wild dressing room celebrations with Erik Ten Hag and other officials of the club.
The former manager of the club and Premier League legend Sir Alex Ferguson also joined the players in the dressing room celebrations.
In a footage available at the end of this post, Sir Alex Ferguson and other Manchester United officials were in the dressing with Erik Ten Hag celebrating the win.
Ten Hag appreciated the former manager and other officials who joined the club in the dressing room celebrations.
He shook Alex Ferguson before giving him a warm hug.
Alex Ferguson was Manchester United’s longest-serving manager and had retire from his role at the club in 2013.
Regarded as one of the most influential figures at Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson won 13 Premier League trophies with the Red Devils, including the FA Cup, Carabao Cup, Community Shields and the Champions League.
Manchester United will next play West Ham in the FA as Erik Ten Hag aims to raked in another domestic trophy.