After the referee's last whistle, Ryan Giggs took the microphone to thank the Manchester United fans for always supporting the club. In those few emotional minutes, he expressed the awareness of the club's great young players and a wish for a better season next year.
Indeed, the potential of players from the academy and reserve squad is enormous. After the match yesterday, Manchester United should ask themselves - do they really need to make expensive transfers over the summer?
Adnan Januzaj was a part of David Moyes' experimenting and is now one of the most important midfielders in the team at Old Trafford. Many national teams have fought for him, but in the end, he chose Belgium.
Just a few hours before the match started against Hull City, there have been two youngsters elected for the starting XI. James Wilson and Tom Lawrence were awaiting for a first chance in the red jersey.
Wilson scored a double versus Hull City, assuring the team's last win at Old Trafford in this season. Maroune Fellaini, who was oftenly excluded from the starting XI, was partly responsible for both of his goals.
The match ended up in a 3-1 win for the Red Devils. Afterwards, the Welsh manager who replaced Lawrence in the second half, held a speech for all of those Manchester United fans who weren't giving up on the club.
He thanked Nemanja Vidic as this was his last game at the stadium. Fans have been truly grateful for all of his hard work. The squad hopes for a better next season and will soon return to the top of the table.
Both Wilson and Januzaj have proven that they are worthy of the senior team and surely, these two are not the only one who can already make an impact. Jesse Lingard and Will Keane could also be among those talents who are ready to join the squad.
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