Harry Maguire is facing his England team-mate, Harry Kane, this weekend in the English Premier League clash. The United captain seems excited ahead of the fixture whose magnitude of importance cannot be underestimated.
Manchester United who are aiming for a strong finish, travel to Spurs, who are fighting for top-four finish to book a chance for the Top European competition next season.
Harry Maguire , who looks motivated said:
“It’s a great game to be involved in.
We have more than enough to go there and get the three points. It’s two squads that you expect to be fighting at the top end of the table. We’ve got ourselves into a good position and they’re wanting to bridge that gap.”
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“I want to play in the biggest games possible against the best players; that’s why I joined this club. Harry [Kane] is one of those.
“I know him from England really well. He’s a top striker, one of the best in the world and he does it season after season, scores goals after goals.”
He’ll be ready for battle and I’ll be ready for battle. May the best man win.”
“It’s not just individuals; it’s a team effort. As a defensive unit we’ve got to be strong, go there and get a clean sheet and give the team the best opportunity to win the game.”
I think the improvement will be shown from this year to last year,
“That was the main aim: to improve on last year. We need to beat the points tally and if we finish above third [last year’s position] then obviously that’s even better.”
“At this club, we want to be winning the Premier League,” Maguire said, “but we also know that we’ve got a lot of improvement to be made to enable that. That’s what we’re striving to do. We need to kick on for the remaining games.”
“I’m definitely excited. It’s a major part of the season and it’s where you make the memories and the big moments whether it’s in the Cup or the league. I’m pretty sure when you look back on your career and you look at the [big] games, the majority of them come at the end of the season.”
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