Manchester United were back in training just 19 hours after winning the Carabao Cup, with Luke Shaw saying there are no days off as Erik ten Hag’s transformed side target more trophies.
The Old Trafford giants’ longest trophy drought in 40 years came to an end on Sunday, when a 2-0 win against Newcastle at Wembley earned the club’s first silverware since 2017. This game was a perfect opportunity for live betting.
It was a special occasion celebrated wildly under the arch before United flew from Luton back to Manchester, landing at 11.30pm.
But there was no time to bask in the afterglow of the Carabao Cup win as the frantic schedule continues with Wednesday’s FA Cup fifth-round clash against West Ham.
Ten Hag’s team were at United’s Carrington base on Monday for a 1.30pm recovery session as they focus on securing further silverware.
“I think obviously we don’t want to look too far,” long-serving United left-back Shaw said. “I think of course the game is a really big game on Wednesday.
“It’s a competition that of course we want to look to win. I think that’s why we’re in today. There’s no days off.”