Rasmus Hojlund fires dig at Man City in Manchester United FA Cup message

Rasmus Hojlund of Manchester United celebrates
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Rasmus Hojlund took aim at Manchester City after helping Manchester United win the FA Cup.

Saturday saw United claim a 2-1 win over City to win the famous trophy at Wembley Stadium. Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo scored the goals for the Reds, while Jeremy Doku netted a late consolation for Pep Guardiola's side.

The victory marked the second major trophy in Erik ten Hag's reign as manager. However, there continues to be speculation about the Dutchman's future in the Old Trafford dugout heading into the summer.

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Reacting to his side's win at Wembley, Hojlund wrote on Instagram: "Since Manchester is red, this is the new wonderwall." The post also included a photo of himself posing with the FA Cup trophy alongside Amad Diallo, Mainoo and Garnacho.

The post was in reference to the Oasis song 'Wonderwall', with members Liam and Noel Gallagher famously being City supporters. Mainoo commented on the post with a goat emoji, praising Hojlund as the 'greatest of all time'.

Hojlund has now finished his first season with United following his £72million move from Atalanta last summer. The striker scored 16 goals and claimed two assists in all competitions to end the campaign as United's top goalscorer.