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Scott McTominay forced off in the 37th minute of Man United's draw against Arsenal after suffering stomach cramp - with club hopeful he'll be fit for Tuesday's visit of Southampton

* Manchester United's Scott McTominay was substituted off in the 37th minute
* The Scottish midfielder tried to take a pill to settle his stomach but it was in vain
* Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made a bold switch, replacing him with Anthony Martial


Manchester United received an injury blow as midfielder Scott McTominay was forced off with stomach cramp during their goalless draw at Arsenal on Saturday evening.

McTominay was replaced just before half-time clutching his midriff, although he appeared to be struggling with the issue earlier in the match.

Twenty minutes in Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey glided past him and he was clearly off the pace and unable to keep up.


Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay was forced off in the 37th minute vs Arsenal

The Scotland international had taken a pill to try to settle his stomach earlier in the match but it was clearly unsuccessful. However, United are hopeful he'll be fit for the visit of Southampton on Tuesday night.

A statement on the club's website read: 'We discovered during the interval that the problem was stomach cramp.

'Consequently, we hope the illness is not too severe and he will be available for our next Premier League outing - at home to Southampton on Tuesday night at Old Trafford.'

Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ignored midfielders Donny van de Beek and Nemanja Matic on the substitutes' bench, however, bringing on forward Anthony Martial in an attacking switch with Paul Pogba moving back.

Dutchman Van de Beek would have provided a like-for-like switch, but clearly had not done enough to impress his manager during his 10-minute cameo in Wednesday's 2-1 loss against Sheffield United.


He was clearly in some pain and went off the pitch clutching his midriff and stomach area. The 19-cap Scottish international took a pill to settle his stomach but it proved unsuccessful

That outing was his first in the league since before Christmas, and it appears the Norwegian does not yet trust the 35million summer signing in a Premier League engine room.

McTominay, 24, has nailed down a starting spot for Solskjaer's side so far this season, and has already made 26 appearances in all competitions.

With Pogba often utilised out wide or further forward and Nemanja Matic frequently rotated, McTominay has provided a stable base in the double pivot alongside the rejuvenated Fred.

However, with United's next fixture against Southampton on Tuesday, they may be without the 19-cap international for the immediate future.

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