Manchester United defender, Lisandro Martinez has opened up on how he feels sometimes during a football game.

The Argentinian World Cup winner won over the heart of football fans with his wonderful performance in Qatar.

Martinez was immense in Manchester United’s comeback and knocking out European giant, Barcelona out of the Europa League on Thursday night at Old Trafford.

Speaking to the media ahead of the Carabao Cup Final against Newcastle, Martinez, nicknamed ‘The Butcher’ said ; “Argentinian players are always like this, we are passionate.

“Football for us is everything so that is why we always give everything of us.

“As a kid, I remember when I was really young, like four or five years old, I would start to fight and start to cry when I lose, so it is something we have in the blood, we have in the heart. It’s our culture.

“Yeah. It is hard. It is really hard. Sometimes I want to kill but you have to control as well.” He concluded.

With Manchester United looking to end their six-years wait for silverware in the League cup final. Newcastle’s Eddie Howe is aiming to become the first man since Doug Livingstone in 1955 to win a major trophy for the Magpies.

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