The player hardly spends more than 20 minutes at Manchester United and during his participation in the England national team he was the subject of criticism.
Harry Maguire who was mocked in the match in between Scotland e England, He assured that he was not a person who suffered from psychological pressure and that he could endure moments like the one at Hampden Park, when a large part of the stadium laughed at him every time he touched the ball.
The English player was defended by his coach, Gareth Southgate, who said that everything that happened was like “a joke” and that he had never seen so much hostility towards a player. The English fans responded to the Scottish fans by shouting their player’s name at the end of the game.
“I wouldn’t say I’m someone who suffers from psychological pressure. I’ve been through a lot in the last few years and was captain of the team.” Manchester United for almost four years. That gives you a lot of responsibility, for better or worse,” he said. Maguire.
“I don’t want to say I’m used to it, but I can handle it. It takes the pressure off my teammates because it puts everything on me. It makes them play better. It’s a bit ridiculous and in a hostile environment. We had given them a goal, were unlucky, and we knew it would be hostile, but I’m happy, I’m not worried,” he added Maguire.
The English central defender was nominated for the Play against Ukraine j Scotland despite the fact that his participation in the Manchester United is limited to 20 minutes this season.
“I want to play more games, I want to play football. The first few weeks – this season – were difficult because we only play once a week, the coach didn’t take me out, but there are a lot of games coming up and “I’m sure I’ll play a lot.