Manchester United beat Newcastle United to win Carabao Cup

Manchester United have won their first trophy under manager Erik ten Hag, beating Newcastle United 2-0 at Wembley to lift the Carabao Cup.

United’s goals came from their Brazilian midfielder, Casemiro, and an own goal from the Magpies’ Sven Botman.

Both came in the first half.

Former Man Utd captain Roy Keane, working for Sky Sports, said Newcastle had “done very, very well”, but Man Utd had been “efficient”.

“This is top-level sport,” Keane said.

It is the Red Devils’ first silverware since they won the Europa League in 2017 under José Mourinho.

Newcastle United’s last trophy was the FA Cup, which they won in 1955.

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