Jesse Lingard has talked about his performance against Andorra while on International duty with England last night.
The United star scored two goals for the Three Lions and registered one assist to mark his best at Wembly stadium. And speaking about it, says it is a professional performance revealing that he is happy to get 2 goals.
Lingard performance could sent a message to Manchester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and act as a proof that he can be a vital player at Old Trafford once again.
Lingard has just made one appearance this season in the Premier League coming from bench and he stated clearly at the start of the campaign that he will be fighting for his position.
This comes at a time when it has been revealed that Lingard told WestHam manager David Moyes that he won't sign permanently for the London club as his heart is at Old Trafford. It was after impressive loan spell at West Ham United where the English forward scored 9 goals and his performance has been somehow good.
Ours is to wait and see what will happen at the Club level as we hope he will be given some playing time.
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