Manchester United defender Harry Maguire has set his sights on lifting the FA Cup with the Red Devils after he proved an unlikely goal hero in Saturday’s quarter-final clash with Norwich.
United made hard work of Premier League strugglers Norwich at Carrow Road, going ahead in the second half through Odion Ighalo only to be pegged back by Todd Cantwell 15 minutes from the end.
Maguire then stepped up in extra time to end the last-eight tie, jumping on a loose ball in the Norwich penalty area to beat Tim Krul with just minutes left to play before penalties loomed.
Saturday’s victory makes United the first side to seal a place in the FA Cup semi-finals and Maguire is keen to go all the way and lift the famous old trophy.
“It would mean everything,” the centre-back, who joined United from Leicester City in the summer of 2019, told BBC Sport after the final whistle.
“I joined this club to win trophies, it’s a great tournament and hopefully we play a lot better in the semi-final than tonight.”
Source: News update