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 By Nick Miller

EFL Cup is just the beginning for Man Utd but could be Southampton's end

The FC boys praise Zlatan's showing in the EFL Cup and debate whether this is crucial for Man United going forward.
Paul Mariner and Sebastian Salazar discuss Man United's capture of the EFL Cup trophy, and if Southampton deserved more.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic rose to the occasion with a dramatic game-winner to seal the League Cup title for Man United.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic rose to the occasion with a dramatic game-winner to seal the League Cup title for Man United.

"The reality is I want more."

Of all the things Jose Mourinho could have said in the aftermath of an EFL Cup final win over Southampton on Sunday, that was among the least surprising. This was, after all, a manager who has won 21 trophies in the last 13 years (24 if you count the Community Shield and its national variants), speaking an hour or so after succeeding in what was Manchester United's third- or fourth-biggest priority. Bigger things lie ahead. Or that's the plan, at least.

In the press...

 By Alex Crook

Gabbiadini heroics to no avail as Southampton suffer EFL Cup heartbreak

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner discusses Southampton's heartbreaking defeat to Manchester United.

Southampton's hopes of winning a first major trophy in 41 years ended in a heartbreaking and controversial 3-2 defeat to Manchester United in Sunday's pulsating EFL Cup final at Wembley.

Saints wrongly had a Manolo Gabbiadini goal ruled out for offside before United took a two-goal lead against the run of play through a Zlatan Ibrahimovic free kick and Jesse Lingard's precise low shot.

In-form Gabbiadini struck either side of half time as Southampton launched a brave comeback, only for Ibrahimovic,...

Heroes & Villains: Zlatan Ibrahimovic wins again as Sunderland keep sinking

Craig Burley breaks down Cesc Fabregas and N'Golo Kante's impact as Chelsea went 11 points clear atop the Premier League.
Jose Mourinho insists Zlatan Ibrahimovic's success since his decision to move to England is down to him.

Man United won a trophy, Chelsea padded their lead at the top of the Premier League, and Sunderland look like their luck will finally run out. Iain Macintosh looks back at the Heroes & Villains.

HEROES

You just knew it would be him. Manchester United could wobble, they could squander their lead, and they could take the game to the very brink of extra time, but you knew, on some deeper, molecular level, that Zlatan Ibrahimovic would save the day. There was no one United fans would rather have...