Manchester United kickstarted their season with a fantastic victory over Liverpool on Monday evening.
After losing their opening two games of the season, the Red Devils were expected to taste defeat again against their fierce rivals.
But Erik ten Hag’s side produced a magnificent performance to pick up all three points.
United have been training hard this week ahead of their clash against Southampton on Saturday afternoon.
And, ahead of the match, a video has emerged on social media which claims to show the vechicles that United players travel to training in.
And some of them are outrageous, view the clip below…
Didnt expect that from our assisted manager 😭 pic.twitter.com/TOxIWWDSFm— DROLE 🇹🇷🇧🇪 (@DROLEutd) August 25, 2022
Not bad. Not bad at all.
Lisandro Martinez is also seen in a matte black Mercedes, while Tom Heaton left training in an Audi.
But, while they are all beautful cars, United’s assistant manager, Mitchell van der Gaag, was perhaps driving the most extravagent of the lot.
The 50-year-old, who played for the likes of PSV, Motherwell and Utrecht before turning to coaching in 2008, is seen driving a beautiful Lamborghini.
The video has been attracting plenty of reaction from football fans and you can view some comments below…
United will be looing to continue their momentum when they play Southampton at Saint Mary’s Stadium on Saturday.
Ten Hag spoke about the match in his press conference on Friday.
When asked about the challenge Southampton pose, he replied, per Man United’s official website: “It’s a different challenge so I’m really curious: did we learn the lesson from Brentford? Because this will be more or less the same approach. It’s about transition, it’s about running, it’s about battling and fighting, and then we have to make it our game. So it’s a real challenge for us to do that.”
Ten Hag is also challenging his players to keep up their intensity, having run 18km more as a group aaginst Liverpool than they did against Brentford.
“We need to have a high standard, so it’s a demand to the group, to all the players to do that and now they see what the reward is. So we have to match the runs in and out of possession. So also in possession, we need runs, we need movement. If you want to dictate a game you can do it in more ways but also we want to do it in possession and of course out of possession, organisation and intensity has to be always right to get a result.”