The Scotland international was recently involved in Alex McLeish’s side’s woeful double-header against Kazakhstan and San Marino, coming off the bench in the second-half in both matches.
However, the 22-year-old seems to be putting his country’s problems to the back of his mind, as Wolves found out to their cost this evening.
The midfielder excelled in United’s recent Champions League win away at PSG and he was given the nod to start tonight’s game ahead of Nemanja Matic.
And he didn’t disappoint, after leaving Rui Patricio with no chance after just 13 minutes:
That strike is actually McTominay’s first senior goal for the Red Devils, but we’re betting it won’t be his last.
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