After winning Manchester United their first major trophy since 2017, Manchester United boss, Erik Ten Hag still thinks his team is in ‘recovery process’.

Two first half goals from Casemiro and Marcus Rashford was enough for Manchester United to finally get their hands on a silverware since the departure of Jose Mourinho.

“First you have to win the first one, and that is what we did today. I think you get a lot of inspiration off this but also more confidence that we can do it.” A happy Erik Ten Hag said.

“I think we are still in the start to restore Man United to where they belong and it’s to winning trophies and this is the first one.” Ten Hag concluded.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Manchester United captain, Bruno Fernandes said : “It’s an amazing feeling. We have been searching for this moment. Us the fans and clubs and all together, finally get our trophy and I think deservedly.

“It has been an amazing period, first trophy of the season but we want more it is not enough for this club, we want more and we need more because our standards demand more.

“For me it was about winning trophies and finally we did it. I am satisfied but I want more. I want much more.”

For Newcastle, the wait for a first major domestic trophy since winning the FA Cup in 1955 goes on.

Reacting after the game, Newcastle manager Eddie Howe on BBC Radio 5 Live: “We played really well between both boxes today, we gave everything but we just didn’t get those breaks at both ends.”